The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 7, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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4 ; tt-t1t'hI' 5""ntinel DRUG S'l RiJG'siDRUGS.! !! 'A'UU[rFrom the Savannah Xcwa.JM.OMjftACOi'Vl "'I 13prr. Hill' '-I-oil-the Future nf-the ";..I"Uhuklli. I : ) tlom; ; bv loyal, men ImYtngmetnmid) ; -- t ;a-JduW

.f' :()'iriO.\. and I'ciiinnlsHi. >, the Governors of1 States, As announced bv'tiiciOn
ESTA.HLISHED: : :: XN 1QS8, Pi''. &: I irWHOLESALE-. I Ii : rltfepnsofRnrrnn.ili and the) flircctmhi"1'I From the recent work by Surgeons Craven entitled approving oig.m of the Central Directory of" the-//'c*
I 8 PtBLI11) EVIRY i AND RETAIL. the Atlantic nml Gulf Unilvosd, in the prosecution the "Pl'i on Life Jefferson Davit," wce.t- I HevolutionisLs of Congress, just precedent to ils-rr-
Clf their projected, nnd now nlmosl corlain, tract his \icws 'on the question of negro emancipation assrmblingin iecenihem'I' ')
Tuesday Thursday Saturday. Florida connection, could ask for no more fin orablo mid its results, and the laic IIhOI'l\ e invasion The day nor thc hour lia.s not been, when time
THE argument in behalf of their rn LARC ST.STriCK I thut oncml b.v tl>o Florlrtn Union in its issiio of ][1'. Da\Is referred an account lit had been horror the conspiracy that was secretly'andr i r'

TERMS.CASH IN ADVANCE : 1 ,i 23d of,June and alluded to in HIP editorial rolmnn reading oran attack on I n negro named ]]aen furtively formed to bent back the advancing
I'cr Annum-thres times a weak .$6 00 INESSXriS T Hsf1fE.OF'f: itaA.I of tlie News and Herald of the 20th hut. 101'In/ Connecticut, for marrying or living with waves {popular appreciation of tim) Policy5jj, ;
Do.t'lce a .1 00 The editor, seeking to impress upon tho peoples a whilcwoml\lI. Also to the New York riots, I n ll'l'tlln his message to Coiigrmw.: The clay. .
Do.. -once n weuk . .". f 300 I of his State! the importance of fostering and in which mobs rose suddenly upon time blacks, j nor the hour has not been, that they baytfnoi'1'0detested t
-- I developing (heir own reRothrcei1rLdnt5I, the vris- hanging, them to lamp po"'tan roasting them at the secret maMiinailons: nf 1:' htar-cham-cdO
BATES OF ADVERTISING, DR1G:,, and lIlEDIX1S rerfllmerte cHEici.I, l'\'m-\-r r'\. :: )..I I' cloin of Ibo State of Georgia, nud her "prosper-1! 1: slow (ires. The papers bore) 1''l, ((' ', from all her dircetorv o"r1 Congress, in ,conteinj pjhu'Lt>
TO JBB :F.A.II3 FOR II'T A.33VA.ISTCB. I ?!'(leal 1 Intrumenl.-nfa 5tufl>, 0'1.,orlng Otis seajioi't city in thciiuxtended railroadi sections, increasing hostility' between the races, i Con'-ltllio'un(1\ ( the law. 'hey( have
One , Each subsequent..$100 bole,Agent A'cr's for Prepnrailon llelm old',&Extract Jnjiie'B of Propnnitlon Bncliu iinrt,. Sarfiipaillla HIIFS'- I'|1 gi'\;p commercial al sagacity' extend its negro had to pay for freedom. The more polit- ,: legislation, 1. originally" pl' the'mnil
Estate and Legal ICoticea to he charged the etme i 75 I t. IJomillg'o lIJtlcrd and l'repn1'lltlon& oof\nJjc1'e diriniaii power by tupping the l'Ri\1'O'c1system of Florida. I ical equality was given or approached, tho great Si'toils Icuhahol: of the'Congreswional .toncI\I'n
transient advertisements, except Jsotice of Dlsmlstion Blttfro; Clock's Hair lifatorci r', Tliomiwnu'g[ ; nnd I'h.lolI'! As a natural rPSitlt of such a policy, the Union I 11'1' miiM t be, the social antagonism: of the races They now resint it in that modified fwmwhich, ,,./
us Administrator. for which the charge shall bo 13 00 I/111 Hair! rin'lpl"f'Preparations nnrl nil nnrt olhnr Toll'I'afnt.Vrllrl .. \\ pll'e flrC'ngthrn. rlaiuw that the Stoic (If Floiida: ma'yjet profit In Ill Souih. IInlrrlavn'.lhere was no such was made the subject of Kxcculive but '
Obituary chnl'gcd Notices M ndvcrtlsomenta.csiomri, Tributes of. R"- &pfCt and Jim-rinse' trarlp. Mpillrlnc* IlI'flthn In ui-nildlilc, opportuniiicH, and in defeating t hi* feeling because there could lie no rivalry. Children two or three days "Once"o need protest \repeat '

-- -..- I Al.tiO, projcrlrtl 'Floiida connection.( and hy combination of the white master were often suckled by that compact argument against t. obvious Iwiong.
interests! retain to the EnMerrt 'wrtporfnoflhojrown 1 negroes, and sported during infancy with blar-k any more than we need .repent in this article
-. (. .. mib. Dimness 1..l\. II. I TheinobrcfnMv(>'nifj, couim'f, | (' focl( St State the trade of 18,000,001)) ) (now playmates. Old enough to engage in manlier the grand principles that are expressed, "in..
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I tlircntencd with diversion to the city of Sa\an- exercise, it was under black huntsmen the young time address that to-day graces our columns.:
\. L. 'OtD'nD, St'., : ,: nalt,) und thereby raise them by easy proee.ss to ,whites took their first lesson in field sp rtll.. But through rel t'ediom, Rnx anxious'harnHsiug .'
f PAINTS all thy importance anil prosperity that the city fished shot and hunted months the friends of the < his
ATTORNEY AND COUJTSliLLUIl( AT LAWAnd ; They together, eating the Ples lentllli p lc.YJw
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I of Savannah cl.iims to offer in it.st-lf an induce- 1 lame bread, drinking from the same cup, slecp- have: forborne, hesitated, cxpofeluhited,. and pro-. 11
Solicitor In Chnneery, Oih, -V arn1h &, rronch Zinc, Colol'II; ", AI tit end 1'11111111IaLerlnla ,'\'.'.'I incnt la this irafllc. i, ing under the same tiro with their negro guide.\ touted against the (ll'uuionill in Congres in Iho" ,
TALLAHASS1JE. FLA_ to be COI1I1I in coy ,eoton C'C th'1-COlllhl curL.or We i-ommcnd the spiiit of Suite: piide with In public conveyances there was no social exclusion hope that right counsels might at last rule the "
.rTBwillnlBO, connection with tho firm ol USJT.V 6 I prieiyhIch i : nbenlutclydefy" : ; cnniptIn.. } .: .. ;, > I -nbicn the Union lois \'n\1cl'd fobattle in behalf I of the blacks, nor any dislike engendered I I hour, and thai I the loyal representatives from thl.':*
JUL WAI.KEB, of Washington City. attend! to tho profvcu- :' ; t J of the prosperity of his own State ; but wo claim I competition between white. and negro labor. ', South might h IIllmitello the floor o( ()ougr'SI.'i',7
lion of claims! before the Departments, and boluiu U. inmiltssi I' '.1 :. cy -: I the tins liege, as Pie ne.fept and )
( ofCongr. Jw.oil-3y GLiSS. : intimately Tn the bed chamber of the planter's daughter But this spirit of IIBCliHhHI patriotic desire for. ?..
-_.-.".._ ._....- "... I interc'!Uil neighbor, of nAhUling liim in the pl'OCPf it was common for a negro girl to sleep as half | harmony his lC'en \et ,1 more indurated J

01. J.tczioy. !OEE n, I II E"N'J'vlI'iotv OJ'tIM,1'rPllch and tfrrnuu riali', .*>aiurcl' his of developing, the"maguiiicent .ourcefr of attendant, companion ; and while there might I resistance: clothed, in more deceptivefount -
]! Cut and folcy'Llght Glas, Rii !le nun dinhlithicknoos.. "gallnnt little State, and this we. now ofler to be, as m all countries, nnd among all races, indiidual to mask IN Ic'l intention to forever reduce iOn!
.'t ct X.iaw, do Ihrough" the medium of the ''Florida connection. ;i I \' iiihtanois of cruel treatment, he was well ':: the people of clev States of the Union to rj)
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. In advising any obstacle to this schemes satisfied that between no master and laboring I 1 I the pondli'l of ('oloni'I to be controlled by"i -
Offlc up etnlrn over the State Bnulc. Office konra I Pure [Freucir. Brandies( l t the Union. -\vill: defeat ill 'l1. classes on earth had so kindly and regardful a i i I snIIlpie -!full of rule which! in time
from n. m. to 1 p. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m. I in proposing'counter 1 influences to this enterprise feeling IInh!iqtf'll. To suppose otherwise I'e'luil"I end. as all history teaches, pIP 'ipiatt a
, oct 6-1y _. the Union claims as a result that 'the retention -, edl ft violation of the known laws of human nittare. heritage of woe lon tIme ('nilII' pco-y.
EIH\4i"i A. HALT, "riues find Wliiskirs, of I he entire trade of Florida: to its owit seuporls 1 \ associations of service, affection and i i PlP1 ... \r
i- l will (I'entc a basis of commerce upon Avbich I support we're powerful. To these self interest '1 But the qualities (mt(p'ttieiw{ and fovbcnrauee t "
.t'torn.oy n1 Ln v, I For 3Ie Jiciual jmrposes : and 11 l.nijr fiini.li. ),nf oilier, 1,1jjo .I \\ ill arise all the advantages of capital, cntcrprire ': joined. The horse hired for a day may be fed or are ehllslcl.: Time 011.I'(1lins '. "'
MADISON, TLA. I >norsforOonerolui l <'. iEruchFoucher and population, in liS speedy a manner: pa that in- '. not fed, groomed or not groomed when returned -i 1 for 'OII'tCJ nlouml the TVesklcut R the.i-

Will practice lu the Courts cf the Middle Judicial CII'.I stained iu the city of Buvannah, "which in a few to the stable. The horse owned by us, and undaunted standard l'll'l'l of ahc. constitutional, ,.
cull. feb & Co.'sEolo H'ar: laid the foundation of that prosperity that ,I for which we have paid a thousand or fifteen Union of the States: There I scarcely n position -o
I liai lifted lier 1'1'011the population of o,00wilu() hundred dollars, in an object both of pride and of the address/calling n Xiltiorml l'nl'C'ntioll<'>l"11tluJUnionistH
W. II. WHITKEtt, I ( .l-I. A ilP .A. (+ N..m 8 ,1\ limited local. eommeuv, lo lUatof#0,000inhub- I solicitude. His grooming, stabling and (feedingare of tin!country, th-i been. Tnnoulcee.
.8..11oo.-n..oy a,1 :Ijcw, "- t iltiuis.Vt. would here remind the editor of the cared for. If sick, ho is doctored, and cured supiiorted, am) defended in the ( ,
rLtIoI FL.\ : Agrcrt of the only trite Imported Brandt in the roiin- I Union I thai I lor many years after the completion if possible. When at work it is the owner's in- National Intelligencer. To tbejr'. '
try, viz t, Caito D'Or, Lac D'Or and blllvrjr; pronounced hy of the Central/ (Georgia nnd South Carolina Hail.I '
Will practice la tho Courts of tho Middle Circuit. all connolEoeurs I forest that lie shall not b. over-taxed. support we pledge h-md-work: ] hClrt.work, and 'I
superior to h Tetofor hi
flee 33-tf any UHC. I toad, those tince grand trunk milroad.s whU-li The attainment of political equality by the nc1 head-work." Unquestionably: I majority of tho"/'::
I Special Aent for American Vintage Conitmiiy. aud n : consliiute (hi haute of that magnificent system of 1 gro will revolutionize all _,thi!. It will\ be as if people of the North are friendly to tho'principles' "'-
;JAB. D. WESJ'COTT, i, large stock cf their celubiatfd (ftllfouiln lirandt i'on,_tnntlv : railways; that now stretch away their iron arms our horses were given the right intruding into enunciated, and an opportunity is now'picsentfcl '
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'ttorn.ey A.i J.in."I7i.7', on hand. ] '%OithtVest and South, they failed to sustain the our parlors, or brought directly into competition of united action upon, en issue of all-ab.sorbiugiu-j
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TALLAHASSEE, FLA. hopes and promises of their proprietors: And: with human labor, no longer aided it but as 'ivj i terrst and most grave imporlunce. To effect the ,
Afy tpecial nrn> ',i'il.l1 Afanurui'lurcrp nnd Importers "
Office In the Monroe Building, opposite tho Btora cf Mr. of the >"orth mcicnl8, and In Europe! warrant mo In, not I j "why] ? Because of their i isolation.: Not ijjitil a j alt Put large gangs of white liiboreis.: belonging desired object clf"U at the polls in the com'1.' ":
A. Hopkins may5tfjijuesi only guaranteeing the absolute Purity and Cli>nulnpi,>, ol liberal policy) of co-openition and extended enterprise to different nationalities, nt w ork beside, each hug autumn, pnM! and ijf'cfc ihfIC'nnd name ''.:
: I my entire stock, but also enable mo to ecll any orthe abovementioned brought Uiem into competition did the ex-1 I other, and feuds wilt probably break out. Kncleavor should he sunk from night time > itallilo ufexiguit
'1'. IUO.bN" lines of goo e at first ooM pi Ices-in some lineR I tensive traffic arise which so tho thousand
i'ullj'Justified be
even ]less than trantportnt Ion. to supplant a Irishmen work- moment written on nil! lunrrin! line .
/A.'J'TOJt't.: JE'Y -A."!? :.." hop('" of their projector Increased facilities I ling on a levee or canal by a thousand Germans of li\ing liglll-Jnllflrw.IIl. ., '. ;
An examination of my prices will. siHt.iin tlienc >taturaeutsin I brought increase of business.In'this ready to accept lower wages, or rfcf cc/wr and, .- I ,
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, 'l every naitlcnlur.PEESH ;: :: hour of iodized hope did the manage1i 1 military power will bo required to keep the HIYIV\t ix MACOS.-AVith lilcaui(10) nt" <.
TALLAHASSEE, TLA. i incnt of tiny ono) ; of these respective roads ever I peace. IjUiimoipatioii does this upon a gigantic 1H good state of clUious. fecliui' in' lh<' "' "1r
OMos In Sliriuo Epnk building opposite T tllm's Era* GABDEN SEEDS. propose to interrupt the enteipii.se and extension scale, and( the most aggravated form. It throwsI different clul'C'hc. of this city ; nml we believe if',''"
Store. may ettfNeiif'vllle ; oflhe others ? I the whole black race into direct and aggressive is true, til' country genenilly pervaded 1 1a by j

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S. E., goiteiJriirq anil' 1rinij/itsn_ '/.:./.', a point near midway between Macon and Savannah on their freedom, will embitter the dit1' rente. Jfc-lhodist Churches of :1\01, and with very en- 'ocourngina -
3.I J M thereby offering a route for the diversion l The of results, for at the ,-
Butler & CO. sAv.iNivAH, mo. principle compensation prevails every- : )present meetings'nnv -
fcb Elm of trade townrdAU.Iustn. Did the city of Savamiah here through nature, und the negroes will have I tlJoll'il.\ ellllcc. To thu.Mulhijrr.y Wti-cct'> .
object ? Did she objectbceau&cChailewtun in harsher social restrictions fetlioiU.st tiiirlv-flvcconvt'rts'linvc '
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(8CCCB8$011S tO W. 11. W1tLtAM' ) \ns brought into connection with Macounnd i meuti; for the attempt to invest 1111'111I hIm }politi- been added, while folly-live have joined tim 'Pht-t f,1*
::::. JD:1C E, in competition w lilt Ka\aunah. Or did she yet 1 cal equality. To endow them \\ ith. the ballot Street Methodist C'hnreli. '. < < ,I .'11) fJ1!
WHOLESALE ATO RETAIL DEALERS IX object to the construction of the Charleston .'t !J hy) act of 'Congress was Il11pn'iihll'Jalil the In the Baptist C'lmrclt tin inlerfstlng( .seiien ofw,
Savannah railroad't which offered to transfer trade trunk of the Constitution, already Mripped of' revival meetings i is in piugieand tflcntv bav !
HARNESS AND CARRIAGE\ from her very storehouses ? many brunches once full ot shado and pleasant united whim the church. '''J'"v f11*"'

1ri i W Tho railway system of Florida h ina niapiitlcent t singing birds, was torn up by the loots. Each The IrI'Sh1I'I'i:1 Church I is al!,> cnjoyiriij'i'' ( '
I fine, hut itii: i. ,lr/l.; Cut off arf it ii from all ,, Stale had the priilege of dciidang tho qualillca- season 1\1 bave been recehcdiisii ,
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ESTABLISHMENT. l'onnpetiO'ith the railroad Hystem-of Georgia. :i, tionsof its own citizens : and some of the Stales into t its Jel I. 1 I I p. ",I IHI t..t d'I
KITCHEN TARLOR AND OFFICE and (that of the United States, it nlay be operated most clamorous: for universal negro wiU'ragc in I< M'c me happy to state thalllp spiriuwl: C/OAUH.i -><
I lryrnl'ithout the results justified by its con- the South, where such a measure would send unlettered tiou of (lie churches, on /C''ount of these
T HIVE JUST RtXEl'EnhnO( R "'- !H'OIJo1t'! 'I' meet7'i
A ofGoodV, confining ofGentIm.n c-f p'tion. The Florida connection will make rail blacks to both JIouso.s Congress, and I i Ing, i is in an improved I' ndilion-1 peculiar s-"i
STOVES I roads of Florida a part of the great system of the pass the! Statu Legislatures and judiciary altogether mark, we think, of the favor: of the Almighty; t to n
3 'e and Lactic Saddles, country, and prosperity become Simulated I into their hands, themselves refused the wards our distl'l' .l'.l/11 suffering section.-J//-;
Fine Double and Sliiirle llarne s', through the more important arteries of trade ballot to the negro, though not numerous enough 1'J' l/jpl., .
: liriiUeo Collars and Whip Not only to West and Middle Florida are ad-1 in any district to decide the majority of pound-- -.-- .- '. ) \ I
A1-"D ALL OTHEIt ARTICLES ESf Till Saddle Cloth, '
Shoe luclinl! ofovpi-ydescrii>tii M t vantages offered; by tIme connection, but alhoto keeper IAIRI\c: ov Til PIUXCESS ?tEAtty.-Ont tlu".;;
Leather of all kinds l '. i* *| f ...to1'l1llJi" !* 't East Florida, \\hlcli., through her accessible sea- 'I he present Fenian movement for Irelandwas morning ot tho 12th, tho Priuccos Mary, one of,,<. I
HOUSEFtJRI'TISHIFG BUSINESS Saddle Traveling and Sntchcld llnmebS and Hardware Trunk, jjorts, will be brought iuto compelitim with Savannah a farce to make angels weep. The last attempt the: mo.t amiable and popular princesses of tho
r.irrlaga Trimmings, for lUp trade of Thomss, '.lli-ook was made in 1818. when the populltiolof'lre. royal family, was married at the village church0'' *
* Wagon and Burpy lluba, ',! Lowndcs andt'he entire section of 80nlt.: We..t land was more than a niUUmi larger-the move- at to his SC'rel' Highness Francisr V Low i.s,
115 Broughtou Street, Buggy Shaft Axles,and Spoltcs and.Rimt Georgia; into direct eomnmnication with Tenncssee taunt originated! : \ at home and all Europe in a Paul Alexander PriuecvouTock, I prince iimongj.r
Buy and Kentucky, and c"CntulIl1ovt'l'lmd: convulsive and volcanic condit inn. History gave the nobility of HungIIul1 l.itcly an olilcer 'ml
SATA TAH, GA. CARRIAGES AND BUGQIIS through Mobileith the vast valley'of the Mississippi. PCJ example of an oppressed ace that had accepted the Austrian was unattended I
"Competition i Is the life'If trade."-, exile returning with success to liberate their bv any kind of State pIgC'lntr! or pomp.J-- '
All ordarii promptly filled at the lowest market prices. of every descriptlou. Surely Jacksonville and Fat hmuInnimla cannot object native land./ Tit aristocratic refugees of the Except, indeed, for those of tho illusJ"
5'achineBelting to these additional opportunities for the exchange French Revolution indeed got back to their tl10lH'bitol'" who graced! it, it differed inspect muo -' ''
apl 3-6rn ... Work made to order and Repairing done with riia-: commodities.. country, but only under the swords of a combination from the or.dkmry: routinp of 's hate
!I Agent for patch.Whfelor! A "l1,fJI"nd Howe't SEWING The completion of this Florida connection wilt in which England, Austria, Russia, Prussia termed "marriage in high life" J': ?
II G. EHBLIOH I IVBQLEULJ MACHINES ''" (j. '. '- 7 ." bring more prominently into notice the advantaged and the German'States were enlisted, with In tho churcli not the slightest iitt'emptmade ,\: [
oct 2fl-tf -0- J 1 Jl rrRDY._ _. of the route from New Orleans by & \(:' '. t their whole military resource It was mere at plendor or decoration! and hmm u-iiutu .
DEAUII nIr to St. Marks and thence by rail to the'"Atl.mtic: catch-penny clamor of designing l demagogues in feast was celebrated in a little, .11'1 fashioued v
const, and bysteam orsaij to the north anil ah>road. its cI .Al1auUe aspect ; nor could he could sec: reoLhrick lila, "iI'J she hid; I lived so
Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods. I I J.. .H.. 'SA.NDERSOC.. . ...K.. .WJl.KrOS.' . If, in Irutli, the seaports of 1-'lorldllom.1' in that in Ireland there Will an organization or even long. At t twelve. lIme Queen arrived,' louniiu/1'/'
themselves, points of greater accessibility than n vigorous purpose to accomplish the object pro- on the arm of the Duke of Cambridge', '11d took .t
TRIMMING, LACES S LKS AMD WHITE GCODS. Savannah, why bhould they fear competition : posed. England's control of the was was absolute her scat 0] tho right of limo' altar. She was attired -.
S ANDERSOlf\'WILKINSON/ with the latter place Shoutd they not rather at ]least so near home, against IIn1 1 less combination in the very deepest niuuruing; not y/ puck:
Conctantly on hand a large assortment feel indebted to the outlay of" capital that makes than thin natives ofFrnnciniid Austria. of white Jlle\ed its "-ombrcuess.Vith Jll'r' "

TBIMMED AND't'NTnnDlED theft n point of dclivery.m common with Savua To land men in any sufficient quantity in Ireland- Jlojfhty (' Ilo) ul. 1Ighnref Prince Y*
nah for those commodities by rail, which ,during would rquire desperate sea-lights Iy'navy with Arthur I'rinccss Helena, and Plim'eF; SI 1"'
Hats, Caps Bonnets & Straw Goods. WHOLESALE TEALEHS, IN the last year have been sent fo them through the navy, \nd lrUII"pOl'tlleet costing for easels and Both time princesses were lc!Fcl in bluc &iki'
old established agency of wagons. their equipments no less than some hundred mil- trimmed with while, and wore IheIUll't] .,. !
Every description of The ncwtvml-monthly line of steamers to New i lions. Time men engaged In this business are white h01\lI.t", with tumid guuzc .
rlenns from SI. Murks'will be exchanged for mmeintwvckIy : either rogues or Ibols. He had no special cause Prince Teck wusaccouipuniod: by' lht> AXMriaii) **'
FANCY AND LADIES' OOODH, i iAT ,. Hul1iESSAN1)A n) AnftlRlt\) \ perhaps a daily one mind in the gen- :, to lo\e England, nor disliko ; but such: impiacticnble _\lhno-sftdor, and on entering the' 'c-hurch, nitpnmohcd \d'
end prosperity and ucth ity of tr.wlQ Uuis rug en. ,. and pigmy threatening of her empire i,i the Queen took her band and kissed it. "-
HOLSSAr..E crcd, Feniandiua and Jacksonville w ill receive would be ludicrous if not too SII'1. Against the The Princess of Cnmbold u wjl drcsHod entirely .
Ceurilrr Mi11tnerSuppitod-Ou1rs I'romptly Attended. to.. no inconsiderable thare of the resulting profit* rocks of her coast storm clouds of a tl\piinaud\ i in white satin, trimlWllill 'lace, wlilchtat tI
UNDER ST. .- !:\\ H I II I \ I Lr", \\'0 do not propose to contrast the advantages fold tho Fenian power hail dasheditIi clamor !i looped up with O'lnl1 flowers and '''

or accessibilities of the respective portt., they' of waves and mist of spray, hut next morning laccMcil.dcpcndingfromn oforango liwJ'J,
ha\e I'CU1'1 btnted to the nubile nnd are fully the shone the air soniR, almost train bcsldnd JicrTlw
UNDER ST. ANDREWS' HALL, sun bright again, was calm, and Ihl'melu / "/ :)$',-
known, lint simply to remind our I'liend.of Jacksonville only in a shore strewn with wrecks could evidence four iuntloudmicjcvwoLady :.

3" o T3?& x is 'f"-! ; i I iIi (\0 develope, the rich stores of her fertile of- C.: ; Lady Cornell
W tj ; < ; '- --- -
] *" "Nf. domain and will ere long be enabled to takuchII Henrietta [ ( 'eldest 'V,
OliE DOOR FKOM BKOPGHTO, :'f1 ,1'I: : aril 'hlrhl daughter] of Ihn
;/ ; JSAVAUNAH,. GEORGIA. J :,\ position .in the commerce' and\ trade of the J "'e hail with great joy and Mii,!'action the Duke of : Ijndy Cecilia Nnria Char,0i
SAVArV.\AII, OA.miiy 01'Id us her energy and vnterpriw entitle her to. call for a National Union Convention, which liP'lCIITS lotto Mulyiicuv only daughtev l J Lady: &-

_10-tf __ _ may -.____ .. .--.--. ,Sr. )[ \IlK'I. \to the iu country our columns under the ta auspices
The adoption In u partisan conclave calling since (the outcropping of the couspiiacy against ('u1lultC'llll -\ ory quiet ', '_
wrJl. L. PEABODY PS': maller .
B. BKOKAW'S itself that Congress of what is claimed to he the the President, against the Union, against the Constitutlon ---. -- 'V ,
WHOLESALE DEA1EB Ef United States; ;of: t u.Joint Hesolntion nuihoiilng'Mr. and against republican form orgos-ern- A ut'ketlui'
Livery and Sale Stable StVNTON to .employ some ono In ,hq \ntereet ,mcut itself, are enshrined in Mil true hearts for Uid hilln a irim4.pdq.t I\l\\ Jt ltl'lim'the'
1 of the KadieaJ faction to wijt"! what they desire their self-sacrificing and courageous efforts against "One ''1 >
I priest gavo up. '"eRre ai hit'
sliall 1 lie kuuw iu a "UHory" of what they aru overwhelming odds to still /1,
OF .A.LIJ KIJSTUS! higher esalt the stan 1- hawk, and Ih other 0 hl : !"
'I..AltA ttS JJ SJ..A. in the 1)lIhit.Qf calling a 'rebellion, will 'excitevery ard of the Union with not a stripe erased and fchipman. "Now! ," mid: the;hr it"llld iiiv linn-
3LOO Oonrr ao Street.On06ItE .1. < ) mo-tho.n
U'lle' comment. The only wonder is that i not II tar obscured. As said Napoleon to the ( mu "
( IBBn. fAllEET,) 't'tTAGON! ie. ,such l'I'loll1tlolWlli not adopted ut tho opening i iof French peoplo at limo dawn of disaster to his army ltlel'elctetw't'I .it hlpmaxi mind u j.ickass
I.ar' .. (he liirto: whli-b i* still going (JU at tho-Capltol. before allied hosts j11'C up mtkedwas. whatll,
i' v ANN AH. Q unCUA1UyU rlagesand larno.ulway,1'1 )1 on the bloody field of Tho priest '. 1M not know of auvV '"
.am f.onhaiaud for .1110. -J ;J \v,' M-e nothing objectionable! to tho proceeding Dresden, "Let all that love mo follow me ;; *o let -. V!-__ '
----- Let them wrllu'Tboolj. yahctoijrt! t< nuvcr I' ssdingerous the people of tin* country who admire and con. Eicltrac'i.xt'Es.-.t.21 exchange ''UII'j: -

.. C.. .GOODWIN.. . A., "8.'W.. ODS. : 0 than 'h(n' \it'h' entirely ellmiuatedfn fide In Andrew Johnson who fotan.r.1St hv lila bark of the wjllon- burnt tfVusUesond: "nl"'
BRADLEY, HILL & 00, >m wml-lawe of jritl.) (.Pt time "Saints'* policy and principles "strike the resounding the trt'f '"P IJ-
piled to (
COOrt\YIN & WOODS i 1 write ,'lrt"\"Il parts will jremove all corn*orcre U,'
hhtory even though the
'1C shields
Commission \.Iorolu-\llt people departed patriots, and rally in Mrriod -enccs on part 1' 'fJ' a.4
DEALERS IX over whom\ Paper and' Paper Stock Tiv41i13.c j ( : 0 f OWE cd to pity fur it. This "history" will of Tourw',. stitutlonal government that tw ever yet: devel-con.- inorcial Whereupon, suggests Siw-lman that) : a,few of the banafnU New l*!hf1JTlnktlll'a>rn <,) '

cintjin I full anrtwnipnltitflP tateDWnts concern- opt.itself in American affairs. loci over thu Tuil'l '
HAVE COMMODIOUS FlHE-I'iSOor K'ARK- lug the hicideu.t of certain caujpaign.\in LnuieJitit.1 .The friend of tho President arc still la the full ox' l'l wjjrcN, ,i hltJI 1\i1t
yO. 57 AIW STREET of
., and are prepared to ton l'01(911.( Na el Stores reams Inj some thi \ 10.-
ami lJit> ij. Ve would IIUlha llIja. leesepp1s;
{ I faith that (the masses of the ',
n.rwaen ISTassau and AVillianx Straet. iiid Produce canerally] in any rniamlttM. n"ill nicks people do now asI body politic\ MIlI
-. llbertl csnh aaTtncea an all coaslfnnwttt 1 to ni W, ran Olin jD'1lJino, ir Carlttiir: -eejectcd) t.' I they did at the opening of (he session of f'ongrcf l, I __._. ttUR
N" m 'VV "y< R. H
ie'.I 11'1I14 Yerttaecs.'11,"" )54J'I. QdM. )ktti1y. .t the write ii, iui J iluH i ij lj publication by ivPliJo.tHarpers. j approve tit'JIIII course and Ids policy as to) (fit) re.baViliiation "('II I'ilu I t-uni..hl\lt'l\\ ',
.Idaj' Pnu"'i' tad Mi I'll'' fli1f 1Qw..9fl..u, .. Kr : n* the hiu r. *aklUWl
cjt'tae \laic r'bvl\ Smtc ;Vnd. tUrlr rep- tIt t H'hJului'trl-s Cllt1.l blu1111 iJill gim2.

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1 recognize In U for the of branch of the to fall into incompe- I I wL. R. STAYWEB
1\'i.-1\1rrhtlt; |tavith\,\ tl\t\1\d.\ \ \ a great more support I government ,

the President's policy and the reconstruction ofthe j I tent, and untrustworthy hand THE I

fnion liberal and constitutional> principles i 1 WEOLtMte AND F.ITAIL CEAIX8:
Ce upon We are willing to sec every post-oftlco in the

BY SHOBER A OLIVER. : ; r.ndlisregnr<1il'g minor objections, we are i I State, and every other office, occupied by A competent -_
i'' > ": willing to unite in nny movement looking, to thepaciflcatio7i consistent I gfn'tiM Union man-one, GRQCERIES"lues

*.. ', "lJ' ; "NIJf jLI : of thc,wbole country; and to the restoration ifyonplease"who has never given voluntaryaid 1 '

,II L l.Ct1st,r .r Tyf< ) '' M .I of. the South totts'proper status m the to the rebellion"-but the number of these In FLORIDA SENTINEL
-.r"1"lIrtI'I."" '} f. i
"t ,., ,<' ,<'I Union.' the State of Florida is smaller than Mr. REED iai U1lul1\.s, sS.c.:
'A- '
Mp I Jlnch, very much for us, depends upon the i willing to allow. .,

I (. J f \ character of the men selected as our elcgatcs.Let .- +! That Florida ahdftld have: furnished 1,500 sol- 'rALLA1IA.:;;'C, ; LA.
3 such only as are truly representative public i diers to the Union nnny, and that there were fu'.

.. !'.?gz'.#"" ii !1t I 1 men of the: South-culm, dispassionate,oonscrva1 ly as many sympathisers more, is a big story for : fAMiyOTH! *

live men, representing faithfully, public sentiment Floridians to swallow Mr. REED thou;: t, huj OLD OLll
in the States of the late Confedcroc-let
j occupied a position which bus! afforded him many!
TAUmh ..e. Saturclnj. July 7, 190(1.
_such men be selected: ant wo have much to hope facilities for collecting Florid::: statistics: -espe- MACKOLII MAGIIOU
-- t for.in"this gram'asembligo of national coup .
cinll-In of F--rnandina St.
U'1"' Mr. Jon A. GRCBR l I. onr General Agent, and Is j tile neighborhood: ( ,

authorised to rccclre subscriptions and loliclt advertising, j" sclors. .-.... 1 Augustine! and Jackson llle. 4 .

.,Meet monies and m'pt: for the "amc. i With a few unimportant c. Lcvtiou uvr iaf>ri JOB PRINTn
J An has
anonymous communication been handed -
i mation had that there afar
--- --- -- led us to suppose was
I Connecticut was the first State td ratify the I to us, purporting to represent the views of the !smaller number than 1,500 troops for the OFFERS THE I"ILLOWILi"T or ,".I Tr: I ':-, TO
"colored citizens of Florida; in portions of whichi TAE Pt BLit. AT PHI!.'!.-* AtCOlUJ.rFLIXTTATIOXS ( to
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amendment. She voted the
constitutional on Union army recruited from Florid W'- had Oi NKVV 'itJP.h A.iD
and find 100 over tile i the orthography, punctuation and grammar are I SEW ORLEANS MAKliE'lS :
27 th guns outrage. I been led to believe that those men represented:
..._. so bad as to make it unintelligible. Of course we
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almost State in the South and almost
I decline it under the usual rule of
publishing not
Morton of Indiana has refused to ,
Governor r every regiment in the Confederate army. ESTABLISHMENT.
call an extra session of ttn Legislature to ratify being accompanied with thewriter's name.- I It might be interesting to enquire how manyof :By the Barrel: or Pound;
[ There are two complaints made in the communl-
Obstruction Committee's Constitutional Amendment those 1,500: could read and write; and how ONE UUSDHED SACKS
cation, however, to which we would call the unprejudiced -
Well done for him. :
so-called. many of them does Mr. REED think wouldnake
attention of the public: 1st Is it fair ,
.GO. competent postmaftcrs? It it rather strange that .. ... I ;-GROUND LPTIEPOOL: SALT,
should be : i
that full
j tie required to
We are informeti,that the peach crop in East negroes pay from so large a number as 3,000, Mr. REED has ,
fare on the railroads: : and made to ride in xond r .
j Fn' .li-Groun :fIca I,
is abundant and of soul ;
Florida generally, g qual- '' i been so long a time in manufacturing post- I
or third class; caN? We think not.S long a!' I '
ity. It I is: time we had supply here. Georgia: masters in the whole State! In connection with the Newspaper, we hart jUtted opCO.IIPLITK From R'hite Southern Com, ccfti'tantl on haad.PBDIEEIOCOli'JFEE.
are required to the same fare as other
peaches were shipped from Savannah: to New pay As the editor of the Jacksonville Times Mr.
I en zeis, they arc entitled to ride in cars of
York In-last week's steamers pay REED must have impressed the ",holt. State-if +
equal comfort In other words, a : car !
.. passenger
not the entire South-with the propriety of his
: should be for those who
A communication from "J. .\. C." Americas, provided pay passenger being known, hereafter, ss the Great Pacificatorthe TOE :lOST
t fare. But have contended that the '
( we lQlIcyand
t giving an interesting account of his\: recent observations very "balm Gilead" to a lacerated and TEAS :
the principle involved in the lien of making ne-
of the crop prospects in the counties of bleeding country. lie came so near "restoringpeace '
owder and
Imperial, Gnnf Japan. Sjachoij: or ;E<1rH.brlllkfan.j
fall fare alike: Injudicious and in-
:oes: pay ,
Decatur, Baker, Dougherty, Lee and Sumter. is g and harmony"! to the whole country durIng .
>correct. It is a step iu the dir- ctioa ofacknowl-
unavoidably crowded oat It represents that his brilliant editorial career, that we bow,
1 edging a. fact which the South and civilization can 3 U G A.I S :
splendid cotton region( as completely overran with profound reverence to his: advice, and we
| never admit! -:an acknowledgment; of the equal- Book ana Jab Office Fine White Chisel Cut fat Table TIB Tear: and
with grass, and many crops a>andin altogether -. ity-of the races. beg our brother editors throughout the State to o of Vari'jns: trades.; Er"T"a

to its ravages. "consider the source" and do likewise.TELEGRAPHIC .
The of the South are oor ignorant
ap ,
:. A. C. premises to write us. tegularly. hereafter :' Flour Sweet Flour Sour !
and dererdent. race: and. whatever may he their
from Jew York city. 'W welcome him I yE\YS
pretensions: and assertions to the contrary, they:
to our columns.! t I CODFISH sz :KO. i MACKEREL
.. i are still! and must remain, for a long time the i

I 1: s.'rvunts: of the white nun. The well-disposed, 1TR05I: WASHINGTON. {!. BREAD
WHO Hi RESt'OiSIBLE7: WASJUSOTOM, July 3.-The Senate: has rejected an i I, :
and-intelligent! among them do not refase to accept IN THE STATE. 1 1I
unusual number of the President's nomination
If an ill-fselmj ;should be found to exist in the this feet and do not Zcfrca Blscttlt, Soil Ecut! ,
statement as a they aspire most; of wuom were soldiers with a bright record.
I TTIae Biscuit, Pilot Break, ti
South-if that section should fret and chafe under to a higher! p"sidon : Peter Lay, nominated for Postmaster at St. JLouU! And Batter Crackers.Oyster Cracisrj. ;Y'hiskics
I Mo., was rejected for the second time. i ,
who ia for it
her long opprt : If then, they are declared an inferior rare, and Senator Lane did not die immediately. A Leaven- i .

when she i Ii daily insjltcd by such propositions j excluded frcm the privileges of first-class passen- worth dispatch says be was alive at the patent account j I w. her. rose t. grMt eryerit a prctor J I II 4\\ Brandies Wines .

&a the following! branding all lately eng.vgsd ia: *. ,
made in
should be
I gers, they not equal charges.,< The joint resolution authorizing the purchase for

her gigantic revolution, AS traitors, rebels, &c.- [I, Again, tliey comploia l-eavily that unnecessaryand 5,000 of tue law library of Jamie L. P ttJ6ru, of ,, 'v HISKIrs: :
The very cream of Southern society re engaged made them South Carolina, has passed the Senate.
enormous charges: are against by '
With few a2 of Congress has adjouried over until 'fuar.day. Old Cabinet! TVJiskr, by the barrel] :
in that struggle. exceptions, or ration ;
officers of &c. As
the subordinate courts
Old Cabinet nlaky, by the cess. of lit bottln
her respectxX* population were thus en.agel.- I as v: e can gather their ilea: it is that many cases ARRIVAL OF THE BREMEN. : NEW TYPES I Ie .. : X RTe \\ hli iy, by the case of li! bottles ; ;

And yet only those who were not partners in herstrife arising among themselves, are prosecuted in thei NEW Teas, July 8.-The Bremen arrived with X Genuine Rue Whisky Scotch. by Whisky.DRA.SrDIEs the barrel. or;gallon: :
dates to the :Nth ult.
be the beneficiaries; of -fatnre
are to any ,
i Justices and other Coortj.vwhich are only prose- Cotton declined )! to Jj'd. Flour advanced. :
legislation. Such at least,would be las! effect of cnted! for the purpose of c6tf-cdag costs. Prussia and Italy have formailv; \ declared -waragainst I ;! :: :

the ot'the following 3d section of the j Austria. _
Constitutions! Amendment We caaaot think that this complaint is well On the l&a the Prussians entered Dresden, the .: ,, Choice Brandy bottles, for Family! use;
proposed : King of Saxony: withdrawing into Boaeml witn hU Pencil .
be white E.JUdjc
I founded. Certainly there can no man
i .
or the Latest ,,
No person ibifl! be a Senator or Reprweatstlre In Con- artillery and effected a junctionria.\ the Austrian De'pl :
jrre.j,or elector: of President and Vics-PresUjnt, or boll among: us who is willing to "turn a penny" upon Diplomatic relations broieu off between Priusia G. Xro-J:: :
.fflc ciril or mUitsrr, under the Cnlted States or nadir I ,
mar the of the and Bavaria. Tue Prussians occupy Hanover and .
; ignorance negro. "
In'l'State woo, having prerina.bken: aa oath as a extend Frankfort.An Pure Ha dad GIn ;
of Congress. rai an officerof thetnitedStsese! If is tlon will to Schiedam la .
member i there public illjiJ frowu upon took between the Prussians Schnapps quarts and pms.33ittcxsi
executive engagement
or u a member of Ire !Sate Legislature eras an
or indicia officer of anT State, to tapport. the Consntmton j him as unmistakably, as in the days of fcUiery', ., and Ue iiUi near Frankfort: Austrian houny expected : C123.C2. CocJ.tn113
of tae United State, shall have enja; ",ed in icwrrectioa or it did cruel master. ,. in ;:UOlj. Drake's Plantation : I
aid comfort to Cle7tWC | upon a ;:1 New Power Press Diners:
rebellion against the same or given or 'I .: It U stated that Oldenbcrg withdraws from theConfederation. Dinner Bitters .
: ,each t.....BOOM r,1>nt, remote ronre such:nor a cl:by atiiiiry.a vote of two j- If the negroes of the South desire to c A battle U: expected:: near Frankfurt, before which
their true interest and their future we'fare
I theyt
In remarking upon this; subject, an intelligent there are ','0,000( uderal troop: <. WIN E S
exchange very properly ot.'itn"tll'lt this is one
who j and respectful conduct, than by abandoning ARRIVAL OF THE CUBA. One Onarter-Cask ef French: CTsret
of the contrivances of those are opposed; to :, \
[ their employment to about -colored The steamship Cuba from Liverpool the 33d, with ; Pure Port Will" lof Grapes from tie Pr-ia:: if E-.-:
the future and tranquility of the country to prate juries, ,, gnd: ) by the bottle; or ga''on.
peace Queensiown date to the x'4th, ca arrived with d.aue4IXi'.lT for si by Hoe A Co )bi1elra Wine. ..
Jlo-d and all such, If byth. tx leorgallon '
"c< legislatures' twaddle. :
Southern three days Liter news. I
the section of
keep up a bd feeling in t Cooking: Wine i Cider.lnE'g&
tier want such Ihings they must be unmixed No collision of any magnitude: had occurred between i:
North and tae
the Union toward the so prevent !
I 0.7 'aobnd." Then the belligerents, but a battle was expectednear ALE:: A .\ D PGITEEt
can no: complaint of injustice Frankfurt .
old harmony from ever returning again. The I ILIVZRTOOL

adoption of this section would have that effect, i be possibly lodged against their tormer mae June 23.-Sales of cotton 4S.OOO:> bales I I Jeff -eys' Ale, AlUop'a India Pale Ale, Octanes BJ"1I
.. for the neck fcwmt, B;:ass' London Porter.tonntaineer .
and nothing else. Su:h a petty aa- miserableact ; ters.We The market closed dull, with a decline of ;V<1. on I NEW JOB PRESS !
of In are satisfied: that if the seeds of dissatisfaction : : the wtek. :
of proscription would course, preserve TOEA.aCOtS
: .
an.1 discontent were not so industriously;
their recollection that which policy requires to
scattered among tie negroes by Radical emissaries : MARKETS. ) ( in eddies or $+W'lb.each;
be ()rgotten. The people of the South generallywere NEW OhLEAXS, July 3.Cotton firmer. Sales of ;: Pride of the Navy, ia caddies of 90 Ibs.I cicl- :
just as guilty if there was any guilt at all, they might, in time! by the friendly aid of, To bale : low middliu :SI to SJc.DOMESTICMAKKETS.. Solace Wholo boxes of various grades\ -Backing i.J thcstirg '
the Southe-n people, be brought back 1 Goid MH' i I chewing;
' to !some-
Tube Rose
those whom it is disfranchise siuvktcg
as! sought particularly MinuflicwrW order Gcor ;
to by P. New Tort
Sordon .
thin? like their original condition of contentment'and I i { Grand1 Seal smoking;
in this amendment"We I II Violet SJJcMog. c.

.,-, happiness. NEW Tons, July 3.-Receipts of cotton for the 1.I 1.I !

..-.. i week at all poiau,, 14,000( bales; Exports for the 1.i I IB N3i :
publish on the outside of to-day'", paper week from all points, 9,000 bale ; :luck:! on hand, i

the call for a National Union Convention of all Jilt IllRRISOX HEED'S LE'rrEIt. 25,000: bales. Cotton dull to-day at aoXgrfs'fc.Siles ( A few Sexes cf ChoUs Cig trj- -

the States and Territories to be hold in Philadelphia From many of:3L-. REID'S political opinions, of 5,600 barrels of Flour at S 4 to toad :25:: for : The Yen I
State; fa S5 to +tl3 75 for Western, and*10 to t7 for Finest Inks !
on the 14th of August next we are as \\i-lelysepuuteJ: as the North, from the South rn. j Rail Koad Mills Snuii; ..

Although, because of the invidious use of South, pole. Sale of Wheat,. l3Ot)) bushels : New Milwaokiem ,
at 3I.i@f'HO.. In Battles a=2 CUddertDAV
certain words and phrases in said c especially= Ills connection with certain 'Tax Silo" transactions : Corn rJTtFed lJc; sales, 1SO,000 bushels at ,

in the concluding paragraph-we cannot indulgethe ; in Fernandina: and St Augustine, as SiM@ "'. TINE\ SPERM AND RAFJNE CAr; :u'Rabbit's
lice" tc"dy. Pork heavy, with tales of 9,000
extravaganzas of hope to be found in the evolved by newspaper, correspondence between
article pounds &&(3 i33> per barrel Lard dull; WnL Of ta iiTVTiiii Pctssh
s copied from The National Intelligencer, yot aimjeIf;and others, has placed him in a positionto key doll; Naval: toradali. Colon :

!N t we can, and do hope that this call: may prove to I: : make him guarded in the character he assumesas > Gold,ORLEANS 1.53.NEW July 3.-Cotton nrner. Salsa of i Fifty cents' worth make; Xtes GsEocs of S t.a?.

be the "white dove," and as such we send it ("rthhoping a Florida sUt di.1L Eat: railing these facts, '7TO bales ; low middling, Sligiic.i I

that its return with an olive branch may oar personal relations with him are, and have Gold, 151K- Sterling ExcuaDge 3 WASHING SOAl-t? .

t show that the U ter waters of our four years flood been ofa kindly and cordial: nature. Wedo not .. taiiiipgs MOBOZ,, nominal July 3.-; Sales market of quiet cotton, 1000 bales ; I \\ -lYE V V"E \ .; rra n to 13 tens. .

of civil war are subsiding. hesitate to say that f'oin tha PosUn.ute'here; ,

instead of sack phrases as "fcya?,-;loyally aal from many other snared,we have had abundant LOt SLL'\.t POLITICS ,: I Powder in Kegs and CmJi ;pI :,

accept the national situation, &.-this call"bad: evidence of the fact that Mr. REED has dole NEW Oxtw s, June 2& Judge; DareU, a member ,,
fit the convention of IsOt, says; u was composed of Siot, Gun
used the expression ihea ail 1 he coulJ famish the liberal Ceps, ic. .tc,.
(-abiding"- we coald to most postalticHIiis Eoa-rt=iJtuti who were elected by the army and

have! givea to it most cordial: ,sincere and hearty : to car people. That he has been industrious .' officers and men about toe gunboats ; um it U: i I tctblM 1'1' t. U. la tie netttit miner o R 0 CJ J-iJ: gt :
wimont legal existence, and that to reconvene I ,
any attempt
endorsement \ and ia the dis- ,
untiring accommodating It is revolutionary. A
brie assortment
to arrive
"Ti e great need of this counrty U a law-ebi Jing c..1-\rore of bis: otflcial duties; as 8pec\\1.tge.nt\ of I 07 tha Antic-consht Ic*
Government strict responsibility of power to tJi PostoSie: Deparjnent, we cheerfully bear we "
XBWTOBK, Joy 3.-Py arrival of the Northern 0. D "VV' A. E.. E JTuh
the people-and a pulling down of these aal :iu
: rampant per ) tea c.n.f' Light we have later advices from Australia and |
I I officials! who have gat abnve their businessto As 3Ir. REED'S letter f rcishes the first official south America. There U: much excitement: in Nicaragua !;:i EVERY KIND CF JOB PRINTING KNOWN TO THE ART, : \\ clots,

their true level of public &en-Ill:ts. Secessionon i:1f.>rIutin; wa hire yn had 03 the subject of', tact over The tad Government discovery oi oi gold Chili in have Cnootalc forbidden* D >'I N I, w. rr. Ti'\ VllBc5rdsVBrcca Door, Brash**>.s Slason's Chare PUciuii.

one hand U ta be cast away, bat so this nauseous paste:9 5s ant p.>stoiiJters la taU Slits and AUiinia ,' Spanish subjects to enter the Territory of the ltC-I .j.jI I .S ma !{( Cotton :Bop SJ"itonii's(for Plot! Bt-M l5r, !. to i.

prate of"&>"! ,?,n"rtWton! and "tf't4lIo1I1.," we caeerfolly sa titata tint for sachia'arjaation : days public and ordered those residing to hl'ei lIn I

must be cast to the dogs on the other. Each sad on this subject as wo gleaned ia ,i Another revolution Is probable In Chill. Press I. FROM TIn FRUIT, &c,

all are terms and things that belong to the past: Tainryaav s piper front oar AUbanai sal FlarIJa kent Perez's menage wu received wjtn hisses aai ( c "C
,I: uc1am3.tlOIli of deruion. j I GOODS-1'escl. ", QI1ir.C"I.fi CrtaOil.' '
and what America now needs U pacificatioa; ia exc isges. 6auce. a. =l. ) :

the present and liberty for the itore. ){r. Davis There is a sutaojsat UMr.Rssa's: letter, however ,,, CAPTURE OF 3IATAMORA3 BT Tm: UB. : JELL1ES-\nored.lll BRANDYFF AUES't Tumblers ant Jars i

well said of late-for dastardly outrage bas vrUica: we fa ij vllslapaa. duly ail naswcallyt ', EKAI.3.GxLvrsTOjr SORTED t '.PICKLE'-ct ..111r'.adaud: cite,
TEXAS.! July L-Tte right bank cJ the C.-\TSl'P3.
clouded: his ini&4 as little as it has tamed Wi q'Jv 'r 1y-tut the press of taU: State Rio Grande U now in tae possession of Republican &\'R1'PtL-L' II''n. Raspberry: lJftettto..rn. CL-'tat, : .. us

courage-that his pcopk hsl idled: in their effort 13 diacooragia a prompt ooaiplUaoa: with Uw! force of Y :JtcQ.: Tee city of Mataiaonu: capituia- Mafflth o TrabliShit l A e t P Poster !\ irLemonParseWatersn1 CANDIES \_,,1_:' :
4 ted on tae :hid to commissioners; appointed by Gen. LAYER
to establish a and LsJ law ia order their Interest J coarenkace RAISINS-New. in whul anti
country no oouaUy now to secure aa i 1' CaravajaL Gen. Mejia, with all the Imperial troops, i ('t"RR..Tor.'tU'y hilt b>set

. but \m rtca. We of the South 1 lt rl UiU aa-1 fi>r : or that they eacoaraje a spirit of hostility embarked between the hours of taree and lour (1TIW -Tt.RK1 U l'Rq\ES UtM"tior:t U3Utj;
. ,f o'clock i>. m., underl'rotectlonofthe United States ADiO DS-&>1\ andpaper 61111UT5Peeaa.BreadFBtxrts
the sake of ell.that restlessness
w country implies would 1w to the D.'partaieat'! Taa general o'. \ ; ,
willing, to do anything that l"mllllt' don in of the pew oa: this wry abject would be a sufucieal < The most liberal terms were granted to the ImperUliaU. T.wu'\RDI\E:>-In guerternthalt! boxea ;

honor. But to cry out I cetw W when wedonvtfeel reoftiUaa: o: u;:. a ol1-\r3. Bat tor oarselttis The city was given np without bloodsued i TO THE ; SALT-In boxes &QJ pocJtett;
plunder ana is sow under command of
pillage or i
it-to profess that we cheerfully accept oar we refer )Ir. Roan' to repeated articles in ;. Gen. Joseph D.h1orlL' < ;, I Xt'A1.1.n.n.: SaJ.nct .

great humiliaik'o, and recoguize! in It the ju tweed the Sentinel, on thi ii \\Jo.-t.: espscUUy to one, Gen. EctoUdo, with! his fortes, said Dumber *; I I I BAKER'S CTLJEB TED CHOtX>L .TE. _
: Mat.inora> on of Jane.
of our actions is something <*e t'lW.i10aDd about two wears: ago, wh ll. ia! nothing the spxuntinent duty OaLrUi:!, July SJ.-The city of M-iuuiora* TAPIOCA & CORN '

.. we will nut do. That plank at least wu-i bO left of a poetmistress re so earnestly > w" sarretulercU 'itli of Jane by thu Imperial Gen. Delicate Carte do Visits.. STARC8? FOR PUCDINQS,

, oat of any political platform prtaeated to our urged every potoIHc ii the Suw to hunt npsom their Mejia.command Gen. Olverii are en route and< cbuT to Vere with Crud a portion At the of o PAZtI_ A, Gn4Tn.$, MACARONIlns.

tux-ptaoce. Give w the Federal CoiuUtutiun .penny who cattU tike ins oathIa the !la.cst date aU u ao quite at Matinoraa.Prof. ; .
t r pure and simple-ktaudhig; tcrcn; aud beautiful last issue *f tlw Floridian U 4 sviU uj era urgent --. .. .iCshee: ss -:

in a majttty that necfr did any due mny harm appeal, indicitiaf tint &) great b O-Jf dainty for Saturday Blot that said flour in his should lost never lecture be at kept Boston in barrels ou* ', ... wh a l

soctr us to MibttUutt "Jkw iltidtny" for ""7"-' UierAamptioa of ctrl f4cUJti tint we are willing or foxes, but i 23 cloth bags and this mode of fnnnlmOtl.1'1I'mt. ? =

and we will hail this call M the slaw] gof tuillenial s* i/nj-t ajci oith-ukea:s fro-u Massachaitttl keeping; U all that makta European' : Hour better I I.merican. ::

'I'' good for tin; South." ladeeJ, we will go I that \. .. ,.,. ORDERS; SOLICITED. Ipyee: :

11 I i ferther-we will vuattily urge it ttU< ';,.!y of It n a' jusa uf OQOitant and jest complaint'' :;. ,Caraw.! :e.!,. ..,

the South to take sa cri'p in th.' that few are the How; many a man, by throwing himself to tIle i i r ., ." -- !fee.
part vri'hh! \ : press in ityf State, jO : ground in despot crushes and destroys forever t; ,

i meal .J' MUMC) wh<. -iu qa y, .,1'1.\> wly L site the oath, | a tbouiand flowers or hope that rere ready to "fill Pen*.
Even tile rail! sUad trml'' of this 1 I bud gladden till his pathway -. gpphaa.p
a your we wttfiujr. t M AtQ; ta iU.jv ibf a'iire important spring up ; QOil l: onna i
i..0atq Dar
I .. rr"rrletNI..... : .f Sty U"11'.
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DEP.ARTENT.f f would addrtm IhemetUw to rei-toiiiig harmony j r
and 10J'ulty-lf they would fully appreciate thecf-j 1 .M. LIVELY

'. I torts that are being laudo to restore social order and ( G.t1 ?YJ1/ & A. I SCOTT & GO'S O'!S I Via Fernandina Brunswick &c, ,
: :
: ; ;; fiicllltles '
fton K PTOI.ES. 'SCC njvurtlgfmcnt "F F B.f'APT for I'liblle Intercourse, It would not belong '

bofora the ad\antage of good Ro\crnmonl : I \tt'tIOJ4E8itJ1E\ ANn!) II IlETAIL
irir.: S'li.tilitit1
-_.. __. I would be rccbtabllnhcd.Tbo I \ '

.Vbvego' to pr>s Ill] excellent rain i I" fulling It I instance mentioned by UK FI01'ldII'I"! hi(4\1\ OOL'-J lti d. .. ) flEAtli3 LN

1I:1f": liialnnfng to Vie _ocled In this cite _=... ..
sadly n regluit you Impeaching loyalty of the people of : . tt

:1 >- & -'> I Wellborn a mistake Immediately the receipt ,.... -1:;;(... -r'. V :iflt :. _,,: ....
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Now'e TIlt: TIME orders for New Orleans of the order enjoining compliance with the law, Ihe 7 .; Rj' .

F I'rompl1y1ncl1./ Cnpt. M. O'LEAitY will\ rcetvcany\ ; good people of that place United recommending ft .... I, "'J'I"t .

or Jcrs until next Tuetrlay, when lio will go on to (I competent, man, (not n negro; ) who Immediately a ......,.. :( .' ;.} '-i: V
"ow OllrnnB; nndBclId all goods ordered, hack on subscribed) oath and whoso commission only -';. '''. : "-'
the n.mslili Florida about the lust of tliii month jA'JIB j waits (he rt'iuin of the mall.It seems to bo forgot'ten ; :...$.. ::. &*!:-| ;. *"ii''f.4.': .(... 1::...'.

-.---.... by those who say that none can be found In this '/ -sSYLVAN ,.-. .

!; 1'nsTHiw tlousiis knows how to surprint a State who can swear that they have given "no 'vetvntary /.
7he1 l b R R1t1 t Kmlw !
half sick editor -wllli just whnt Ins needed to make aid to the rebellion," that fifteen hundred n J*

him well. Thu truth l K Uio riiuitors 14 get ting to cltl/ens of Vloi'Ida ser\'cI\11I the Union nrmle, ami- V
('APT. Ft4O1L
JAMES: Tt'C'KEH. i'-1tuVtssLc. ). .
that there! ,
are as more\ whoso
he on "lltnUon" lit Tnllnhnsnce-one that Tnll.iImwe : many cjmp.ilhlrs! were

\ will be proud of; when completedHe in the cnme diu'cUon. 4.nl'l'"in.f: ; Unit,-ii "Males :Unii I -Ct'LPII.tTE. :: AND ,\CTT: A'l" .: MRt'lllXE/ ,

-. *.*-- ., And here allow mo to say, that a, agent of tin1'oMofflec t-. -- I:)_ For_pnlo--by' ._ V V )!. LIVELY.M. .

CHAJ.C.E Ql"S"ml't:1.F.-See notice nf change of Department I hix\o labored im-eshftntly rpltr:!; Stcumrr.. pun'Imaccl nnd, fitted up cpIessiy fur tlm I /'! VM OPIUM (PRIME Tl'RRKY:
"chcdule. no the Tcnincola and Georgia/ Railroad, I for one year to neiMiielo tho peoplo of riorldn the JL lupido route Iwtwrcn'nnllIh: \ nnd Kloiiilu',,)011\011] > \ T For >nlo bv' LIVELYUIXIn. .o .
whereby the train from Quincy ni lives at this plnee full benefit/ of the postal oystem. I have received ... I of J.ickKoiullIn thu train nom EVERY: 'I'lillnlinfRCP., THURSDAY ami arilvcs KIOIIT at Suvnnnnh After arrival on () 5 J-0'JI*, or-a l nR upproreil hranelsVi ,

at 7:10: o'clock, In the morning and leaves for the the-uflleient and powerful aid of the military authorities SATURDAY MORNING In lime V to connect with New I For sale Yf tiiBDiiiBHtoieof....... M.. Li\. .ELY
'YOIketcnml'r.. --------- V -
East': at 7.3X( Returning, arrives at Tallahassee at I upon whom, at first, I was entirely dependent.I 4 & A 31. SCOTI1: & co !I r.i'nonci'18 by Rill Jlond ran co on V board I Immediately ,t TrEltOSENI: OIL AND LAMPS.

:S.oOln 1 I he uftcrnonu, and lemcs for Quincy nt ,t 1.;. I hAve hl\d the hearty opeiation of the representatives ,V .upon niriral nt .,.Incksonyllliwithout, going R liotelApent _.AtlhoDrUIfilOreo M.LI\KL.Tt'RE : :_.

,-.-,-- I IQtascy of the people III tho State Convent Ion and I" DIBBLE, at .Tllrk."n'l1Ip. LINSEED OIL, VVt

Legislature tim Governor and Plate olllccrs-of \OHOrtN & ('C'OMNOII I, .... For elJle at tho Drug Store\ of .M. LIVELY.. .
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ITEMS.-The Commomv Ii of the 3d the pi'ens! (with wo exceptions! ) and t the intelligent Julio, 14-tt.:' _.. ___.__ .. An>nls!._at Suvnnnnh! .. T>riffi'DOILT > LINSEED OIL (English).

Inst. informs IH, 1st : That a public dinner will bn I citUcni all over the States. fnrJ'whcre have 10 _I _for: :salo_' .at.!the. Drug!. Store.nf. ._ M. LIVELY.. .

given on next Saturday, the 7th insi., by the Quincy I celed only courteous! and respectful treatment from FOR CHARLESTON. SPIRITS TURPENTINE,

Light 1'rn.sfoous, to which a general \Invitation I In extended I, : !'1 at_the_Ding Store. of. __'!..LIVELY. .
the tllUeus. Regular mall service has been cstablitthed '
and paitlculorly to the ladies.Hd. : Vi\; Fornaiulina' {nrunSWlfl! !{, Savannah. LEAf No 1 Extra and Pure
on tIme most Important routes for ] I WHITE
That the in.se of E. TULAKD was ecmtiuuecl to I, over ,000 'I __ .. !.pale atthc._ I)rng_Store of_ .._ .M.._LIVLL'',
miles distance ; pobtolllces have been opened, at all
the tint MouJiy In Align' In the County Criminal : THE STEAMER ( < REKN PAIXTS. Gronnd. Dry and In Oil. '
Court. the most important points, and pending (he nillon FREII ARRIVAL I. .,.. _j: :. for, _ails.I nt. ,the Drug. Stoic. of! M. .LIVELY.a :.
of the people In ucommending iippoindin", I '
: -f"i I'BE PAIN'l!:. for Artists' nse.Lor .
CHANDLER, his <> aud the : ,: ..
have had mail matter regularly dcliveicd at all the ':;( : -" .__ Bale hy_ .__ ... V M[.,. ..LIVELY.M .
cook colored la Decatur
(a woman), living county, I, btalions( along the thoiouglif.ires, by sworn and "f : : S \LTS. a Inrgo mpplr.

Oa., near the Florida line, were poisoned on Monday, I i I tru'ty agents. That all the poelofucts are not /filled : \ EI"50M__ pale. .at.!the. .Drill I ? Moro." of_.:.. ._ .:._LIVELY..:

at breakfast, by drinking coffee In which cobalt had Is tho fault only of the people in nettled Ing or refusing ; 7:1: t .: ... \. I"NOLI'-H COrPEUAS by the pound or barrel.
been placed by a servant, a negiess sixteen or seventeen I I PEr: ; !SCHOONER;; AHCl l'. .:J Korjinlejit the Drugstore Jr M. LIVELY
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to recommend persona for appointment. I do vt m:;)!' ;.f ----r -,- ... ..-..--_. VI
years old. At latest accounts they were nut .- .. .. __ .. ..._- >Ll"E STONE:, by tho ca.k. barrel, pound or
i not think\ there is cause for complaint nor do I think .\: ,. ,f': ; '\ -< ,. I I ounce.
ron&ldered out of danger. There had been some :I in J- '...,:"> .... S...:'- -JJ'h.t: : :. ;;?: ..;.i" ?__ For sale- at.._the.Drug: Store of. _?I.:...LIVELY.
the justill.ible encouraging a spirit ol'ho'JtII- ., "
press VVL ; > *
previous difficulty between Mrs. CU\.M>LFR and the I :w t-.ves; .> i;.. ::- 1) OVAL TrRKtSlIJI'OAYKLS, "

girl, which caused the fiendish act. The girl confessed Ilty to the Department or discounting a prompt _Ii_. For_sain. _at. the_Ding Store_ _of! M. LfVKLV: .
I with the In w in order to 011'11'111-
compliance !secure
I :Er. .8 T E
the commluMon of Ihe ('rlnl'Va'! urrebtid :... KlIfDLSI'EVEIl: AND AGUE CUKE.
I teret and conv cnlcnce. ._ Drug' Store of M. LIVELY.
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and sent to
jail.---.- With high rcspcet. 4 &II') i nr.01(' United Slalc-. .'Jail, O SGOOirS IXTIA CIIOluVGOOtJif n. (GI'nlllllc).

The Your obedient servant.hIA1iRION. I TIIOS:; ,1. IOCKWOOD. COMMANDER: .:_ For: _sale t.t the Drug Smra ( f. M. LIVELY!:: :
A Crru'rFti OF ACCIDENTS.- rainy fileuds of

Captain L E. Jonssos, of the firm of KIIIKSEY & Special Agent P. O. Dept for Fl.i. and Ala. rplHS I'lne !"lrlmnl10111111{ been plmrd ppimuiuiillv ou iiFor_ asIa at.hp Drug 'ttoreof ..:JI:..MVELVpALOMEL .
Jonsaos, will regret to hear that he was thrown .. Domestic( Goods JL the lino bulwecn I Cnarlcxtonnnd I'nlatloi. I'h, tom"liiiiR/: HE&UIfLIMATrP.
-- Dry
from hIs bugsjy! on Wednesday afternoon, aud a mostpainful at nil liudlnqp: on. th) V.t. JohiiH Rher, willcln n nhiiruotpublic I.VVV: 1 or..Hiilc_nt time.!Dntff !Store.ol. .. M...:_LIVELYOLD .
HI-IIIK comiuandud \
31 r. JDuc hni tic, who has been in\ (' 1itpHiug; the ptilnitutxi1 livolllc-cif( of c\pe- -
: and sellout injury resulted In the shape of dunce, \\,1111I111 ( know \ J'OIil'VINE..
i Pivoralily on the route, and hu\'lniinmupitHKcdiiciommodatloiifiror ; or tnnetlm qnaluy, for medlrnl pur
rate growth in plants by day and night considers .
the fracture of a thigh bone, near the hip socket A I IIIIISM, 'nj'cr and height _- ..-''- ...-fnr---.alcby-_-.. .. _. M. LIVELY.THirEVAfH .
increase in -
the lakes
that '
greatest length rrv cnniaiitev' of comfort nnd caatj can he relied upon --
pair sphlted horses were frightened by the explosion I place at night. his mcasuicnicuts have liceu, on SCHEDULE I :--I.cn\ci flmrli-nlon every Suiiilnv, Ht 7 A. )IlYl'ITlIAXf POCKET CASKS: handsomely filled williiiis ,

of fire.ciackcis, and after running half mile, [ the 'ine-tho gladiolus, time etruwberry, the hop 1 nouvillu M.:jluiivrsSnvnniinh'J'OIe..dIlYelumlll -. Monday, at 10 .\. M.: arrives( at .J.iok *--\.- .. _, for...palo-liy .. .-. -5Jt- -_LIVELY. :

they wheeled, suddenly, Into a cross street, precipitating I an-i other plumits.I ]{ !(, will leave .7ak-onvillc e"el'1'NlneMdu>" COD I.IVEH,,' Oil Ilnaid: Cnnvri-ll nnd "wnThtou't.
'** 1 I ___ MnnilnK.it s l oVlork arriving at Savannah on Thnl".dnynel for rale by At. L1 VEL Y.
J. from hi -'- -- -
Cipt. ? buggy.Thue BOOTS AND SHOES .\ Chnl"lc")1Oil" ridnv.. (.iEWINkCIllNE ; flnYinm-hinei-v;; ;;;
OIL, need for nil
i A cobbler, at Paiis that attended the public ,
the Indulgence ofa practice ou the ati ectsoo 1 | I'n'-enget-s 'in'i- lI..ur.llhlltI".ili'e connimtioni, ill bomndu
by vv LV For ante I at the: Drug :Store[ of M.
to all but few and I I I flispulotions' was nbked if he unileibtood( Latin.- with the vniloiiK lines of steainslii pe r'olllvollllnh, : \ 1lul i : .. ._ _!.1\'EL-c
objectionable a boys I
uegroe 'No,' he replied, 'but I know who \is: vv ifmg in the 1 : C'hnrk.toll. for'Yoik, Itoston nnd ltiiIi I loon', \\ nnC'HE-! : all .i"Ch,
hnj one of our best clti/ens narrowly escaped with argument.' 'HowV asked a fr e1\(1. '\\'1iy by .Iniia! :! JOHN' S. SAV1MIS & ('0. ..I l:::or.!.ile_.. _at the Ji'iig:'. ( lo"onf_ _M. LIVELY.
his life, to linger In pain lor weeks from this accident. !- syeiug who i it iingry first.1 !.I.m Agent;: ".nt:'Jacksonville.!_ :: T'OOTH 1tRLsIIl-il: a IlIrlc! 8s.nrlmclIl,

HAfb AND LAPf, ,ale I .aUhe. iJriig.! !st.)re of M LIVELY:
1 -------- '- Pensacola and Gco. R It.1Atr : :

We learn also that a little Ml"s! FORD-n nIece of I The following toast WitS given at a recent celebration JOHN CASNELL A CO: .. LONDON,

Mrs. IVIXDON: fell Into a well, on the pl'cmlses oflier I : "The rights of woman-If bhc cannotbe \...\ ...-
II captain of a ship may tdie always conimnnd/ II '4 ...... ....y... .. ,.,... HAIR
aunt, last Thui oday ; and although, after she was smack: r. ...Iv/1,t .-\1.." .F" BRUSHES

drawn effort was made to resuscitate her, V-.----. V -. .:. ( : ,;.... ... --..
up every .
..E.\--...._ ... & f.v.-: ;:..._. _VVVV... ;V'.. .
she remained lifeless. Her death was moL probably What three words, which read citlnr( !backwards G&wE J \ RIES HIIK-MIINKNTI.Y\ ;: KXCH.tlMi ill. ..'fIl EllS.

occasioned by the heavy fllI. or forwards, did Adam use when lie introduced CHANGE OroCHEDULE i 1 Thoi-c ..h"IioI1"I: render thtni tho inott nurlcki( ,
\ himself to Eve ? Mtclitm, Pin A -- -- -- I
---_._---. 1 ALLAiueacs, July.itli, lhOO.I I jet it 1111l'101 produce tile xllffhtost;: Irritation of
'[liE L'sKsowsMAJi at the hospital elicitingvery e\-sla\c of Dean regard's is lIlll to lnr

oonsidei able enquiry.Vo have se'l"craltcrs' married New England idiuol nnnn. She, the Pinraeulntiul (.oorl-II\ Knlliond UI run M folIOVVB .
l-l II AIL hOltl-b OF ;
Felt MALE: BTJuu
asking particular about him. Wo had no idea thatso I mu<;t have chosen; her Hcau-iegardloss of ('ol tr. 11 UA-:,r\\ .Mill.

many people throughout the country were with- -.. XB> t --. Icuve (.ll1lueyt\L. . . . 5.10 .V. M. I :It :Ta I V-ELY.
j I i Punch's new name for the petroleum amistocincyTlto :- Arrive nt TullalmsBee atI . .. . 711) ..
out tidmgs of missing ones. If one mark in the face 1 j i Oiligaichy.SMALLWOOD ,, .uav u Tiilliihnvii at . . . . . .. 7.35 .. .___ _.. .
of unfortunate. man, shall correspond with the Leave ?Montlcpllo . . . . . . II.tf') '
PLANTATION GOODS. Leave Madon( ntAiitrant V . . . . . lisa .. ltfMcKIBBIN
disci iptlon of him by an anxious brother, his name I -V V V Like City' .it . . VVVVVV'i VV ..I ir;; P :M. & ALLEN

is II irtmsos: and ho lives near llmitsville] Ala. But l.'rUt t1rnth fmfnNt WEt't"W.RU., ,

inclined to think that this l Identity w'ill Jail, '-' Leave JJlkcCIt"nl. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .11,111\. .M.) TH.I.AIIA"tr.: m:A.,
we are 1 Lea\o Mudihon at . .. .. .. . .. .. ..I idleS t P. M i. i
also. = := =-=--=::::. '-=:::-':..--: ." -:.-: ::::-- :.= I Leave )[olll\e\ <'lIu. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ... . 110 ; \\VHOLES4JLE DEALERS
Since" tho above we have been kindly as Ii i \nive at 'l'allnltu.sce nt . .: VVV . V !8.! .">0 "
writing .' I.eav'o Tallahimxcc at . . . . . : 1.15 .'
sisted by Dr. BETTON III examining the Identity of \ HQDGKISS & Co. I Arrive nt ijinncyat . . . . . fi.Ifl7.VI .. D RY MOODS, V l'
the unfortunate man as compared with the minute bT MARKS TII\I Groceik'P
Leave Tallahassee ut. . .. . . . A, JI. V Ilaidwiuv! ,
description of him iu the letter from IJuntsiille. COTTON FACTORS Arrive lit HI. Mark nL. . . . . 0.21)) '. llCe"I"r.,
lie answers, exactly, the description of this letter, I Lcwobt. :M.i'ls at . . . . .V U.*) JI. Cloth and Cmamicren.
i: T- Arrivo at Tull.iliaiMjec' lit. . . . V 1.BO P. M. WliiPH and Liquorfc,
even "to the scar at the angle of the right eye. -\XD.- 15 5 jQTHI
L T t Jn1fQII! hour will be gln'n on them'rival of the cars I'ortt-r, Ale unit Outer"
H-iywcuot l indulge the hope that the\ long lost ] nt Tallahamieo for Dinner, Koln;(uommidcomiiurthliway. I Woodcn Ware
wanderer is found and that when icitorcdto familiar 1 V .\ IhlQ or8ta -fl', butwui-n (1IIhll"v.{ Kilnbildjennil Albany Tin( Wnro
1I I and l"twuIonllel'lIu and '1 lioinii-nluV( ),', villl connect i I'mits niul.SpiccAc. ".
faces, reason may return also ? US condition G a.uiiii1 r l cnunb i nM r n nt 1I V with the Il"IIln Jtc. ,A.C
:: is much improved since his r"U! 1 mav 3-tl (:I'II'I.(MipurlntenikiuAtlantic (
Hospital In the 13.ii.tlst Church Ji-i.An.a: :>vv.A. .E. .:. V ..A..GEr.rT fa wI.-.Il3! =)

HoDOKleti it Co. We
bMAiiATOOD, publish today
the card of this new firm, .and invite to it the special N E wr' 3EI. :ZSL. :r_ 1 ( ( Stontall I ) Jackson! !

attention of our planters oiul business men.- (CUCKiiiY( ; r... < .J. ;R _"" .. .... .- I .
!JIll '.'-' ;,. .r'l.rr1 U..111 r..1'L\.{ I'., Prof R I.. Dnbnc.v, D. I)., of VnrpiIE .
Each member of the firm is well known here and <. (Formerly Smallvv; :odd, Earlo: A Co, and :: 'j -4r I
J L. UAI r s-ooi>, { -?; ;?& if." \t '
j. L Snmllu 00(, & Co., Nr.YTtlDi % ..sniirfniliiogiaphy ol the Immoitiil
each has established in this section! an enviable character IlllDGKIpS, CtJ ) 1 OIly, i-ditlon alllhor/zJ,1 by hU wld'>I1'ho Ilcio.aimtiiom-The

for business promptitude and integrity. D.Gio.: II.W.Pooir SCOTT, On.!" In. *J-Lalo Hodgki colt & Co., N.Y. aad Gulf' Rail Road. iirnuiital. friend and Chirfo 1'1111"of the Chrlillnn( !soldier.1.
t We want an In
:Messrs.: UODCKISS and POOLE were well know In7o1lahassec see our terms Agent AddrowB cverycp"nly. Send lor tire'uluraand
Agricultural Implements t1FFlI'JTL.:: .\ 1'I{" & GULJ n. R, -
aud, before the NATIONAL .
Quiucy BainbrIdge, war.J V PUJJLlSHCVa ( 0
\ RM prepared. through REblDr.N:! AGENTS to HI".tllIIHth.lny flit 1sIt3.' Jnn\ 1 J-1)!!! Vn. 'MlSevinthStnTt. Hlchmond, A .
n our struggle for Independence the part they bore ,\TE ADVANCE OX AX)) SELL COTTON In all thoSOUTHEHX : IN and alter May llth. 18(111( the l'n.8cII\'el' Trnim on aCLOTIIIKG
{ POint, or forvvnrd from TlIKSsIJ '- this Itoad wilt"mil as follow, connecting with ni'Uttnuiibon ;
will not be forgotten. And to no one man, perhaps, PORTS I '
to NEW YORKer I lie l'uotrllt liailromlI : XJ EV
are JTloridaanrt Southern Georgia and Alabama more ..' l'Iu\'unnnhllt:, 7;)1\lI..: Monday, Wednesday and

indebted for his sen'lees in the late war than ColScorr. ]. LIVERPOOL DIRECT, '.., &". <-c, '",'. Frldny.LeavaTliomnijvllleat. 100 .\. M.. on Tuesday Thinadnv, '

At tiw timo of the surrender and for months B. our JrlenilD may prcftr. and Snturd-iv () i EHMUH] !

before iu command of the sub-district of Middle ourcu-touiemnlltho Our connection In advan LIVLItPOOL nge of that are marketjiilyTtf such MS. "illno; lay AiTlvont and Friday.Arrive 'rhnmuR\'lIlr. !0.17 P :M.. on Voiulav, W dDl'*-

and West Florida, his indomitable energy, and I at fcavann at C fl.'i; P :M. ou Tuesday. Thm_d.iv.'
1 : ____. ___ '-----_._ and SaturdaymavKJsvvim. IX TIm AIONHOH HUILDIXG,
blcepless vicjlance; :saved all this region\ from invasion
Br inr .. JO71N. l SCHEVKN President
aDd ruin. $25 B.E'VV: ..A.B.D '1'I.LAn ,t !oifoola

Mr. J. L. SMM.L\VOOD and iwichunt -
os a planter
oTOLEX. on tho night of the 5th instant, n rV
10 this section won a character for probity and bus O: OUAV IIOKhE ". JACOB UFKHlM I
He IIIIK an enlargement on the side of hii- face THE CITY IIOTEL ,
\ been improved by an
IneeVIDwtyw41.tlllfU: only fthfl right ildo. It U bcliuvcil) He i U Blender' : :azab.c,21.tAND
experience of, 18 years in a heaiy business in New boUt, only in moderate condition-not far. Ho I ID quirk l LOWEST GASH PRICES. : ;; TetlXoa.-: ,
muli til* uJllp. natural pacer and while hitched I Ire In
York lh'o. I. about I'i or 1.:) hands nigh. A 1laruls t-hafed : DEALER:: IX
will advance tho left side the mnrk of the trace U ban (j'rOf'ITI': Till CAPITOLTALLAHASSEE .
This firm, "th'ioughieoidcut ageuto, ,1 on -not though !

on and'eel' cotton In !all the Southern ports, or forward t'i 1 that_.j\11y...al'JIL'nnlllco.II-If.--... ._ r._B_. PAPY__._ READY-MADE CLOTHING !
from these ports to New yoikor Liverpool FLORIDA

direct." BARNE-TT&CO. "Tor -. .' FUll MKX.I \OUTIIS ANt) 1tOS.

We feel confident thut they will do a header business : ., ;, ".-,-" Vf.miimg

the coming season, than was ever (tone hv any COTTON FACTORS!' 'io .' BY J. L. McGUFFIN Gontlomen's Furnishing Goods,

one firm in this section before. ,... .
---'---. Grocers and General CommissionOLUMBUP. } enb1is1mei1s braiiebtrciit I \;bOfl'9 in New Yolk, HATS ('APR, &1'.

[For the Seutliiel.jTAIAAIUSSFE J.VJE: OZ'X..A.Jxrrra. vv e arc prcunrec 4) |.)9/urpfil) \ | b j"OQ11! f'f,?U blndu, In liny ipian- "1"... ('"n.Unll-r>n hand a variety nf
KLJuly 3d, IbfiuEMor < 'IIR:: I'Toprlctoi of this Hotel inlormbihe I public:ge.erafl!)'
(' 0.A 1) ,\ ('I1ICOLA! FLA, his 1\l1).llId\anl,101I8, 1 and traveler. In plu.tlcullu'lhot hu still liven, and holiU :tJ':tU'VJ.: .( InrOl.I.rlrJt)" (1n'i1:
.. floriJa Senlinfl: tit)' at the harU't notice, And,on : forth nt the above place a, of 0111.0\ bin frl<.n.181\I1d nc

CiEI"TLE"EThe: jrlcl41'c m j'pur l' '\rot this quaintance it I is nccdlena to PIIY' an)thing ; but to all Silk :Mixca and Fancy Cassimorc,
I )nOMI'i' attpnhuuI'pu to all Coni-iL'iiinentfi and aliip1 taints, Vj Vjif ifrUmdb iicqiinlntanees and stmnjera: ,) ho would ear that ,
morning la regard to mails and po.10 lli CC'b iiiFloilda ments of Cotton to New YOlk, New Orleans and he continnnii to fmiiWi (tlin. bent ntcoinmodatlonii and tare 1
and Alabama are Incorrect and unjutt, though irob- I/vcrpool. Llbcial dvsnw uin-laoii (eormsiiinmsnt! the city nlfoi'dri. Meals will lie fiiiiili-hcd at any. hour to :MAIJSEUXES: : DRILLS,
There 101\
nit the (ravilfr.
ably not Intentionally so. Instead of "dozen" --- -- .. : And a Ocn"ml Amortmcot of the Fin<-.tVEST.INGS

pottmasicro in this State, there are probably fitly Receiving and Forwarding Houso FIWE BARartarhrd ROOf
already coinrulnsloncd\ and Ju Alabama, an official ,

Hat rcccutly publlehed at Mobile pave\ the names ol V APALXIIK'OLA, FL...
to the Hotel, where the brbt Llijuort can lit lout:H. OOOIDS
crone bundled. The recent order of the 1'ofct The motto of this I1'otellh i has ,
V !% 11( alvvuvs bet n. "W.
attention to Iho farf thai'' hca
otllco DcpuiUncut cufoicluglho! Uw iu regard to the \\AE>Y established reniortfullj/ a hOU call Apalacblcola, Florida, for tho OABJI ADVANCES MADE Ptl'IVO..toplease.'!. .. _. !)ijt.O: tn-li' &.t:. i.i :\t". ic. &r. ,

deli\oiy; of mulls, li bringing out ut all points Ifjnluii.n pinnoBe Wimlness., of doing Having a General established Commission relations with and some Forwarding of the A. F. HAYWARD r liu.v S>i'(ihn.. _____, 'V-V _._ ... .._ _

who are \l\lng\ \ to serve thu peoplo by nceoptlujj best hO\lRellla foreign! and domestic ports, wo are prepared (LATE OIC TUr.\ 4. ( tbepoati! )Uluca:: ;.and fiom present appcaruuccait to otTer minimal advantages to ehippcisof( cotton and ,
V other pioduc Special attention will be given to all cotton .. {3XlUE3P: iOKr: ctJ 00.
it wilt be'but a lew '\Icl'kbl'l'ure every ofllco in tim sent us for sale, either In our own or any foreign ..If! totroM HUM-IP: :THodgkiss ml'OHTE.I8 OF WINES! AND LIvronOSS. V DF\LER IN

Stale will! bo filled .
w1? ; Commission buMnMii I addition\ to our i icnntlaetly 1 Itoots Shoes
) and 1
The "test oath (* unpopular In :yioilda,1'! ut> you I on hand a large slocl!< (ifGKOCBKIliS I MERCHANTS << Leatlici'iTALLAIIASSBI3

good men have thcrtfoie been uu-
, 1t\'yUt1 many
; It PET STREET!: willing to take the poitofllcea Out thu! e\l'05" Scott & (!o. Keep constantly .n IIR1I1I.< Itm* st'n.li rf /hie .,W WhinWr. V ;, VLA.

thcmielvos t o popular censure. Indeed in some lo- .in bich the Northern will bo oft and red Weitern to merchants markets and merely pl'ntw adding. ii pile.rtut. I !Inca 14- hnCopartnership. nisi UOOf :%
caliUA It liti been dttermed that no man tJiould accept '
of transportation. Notice. irar-ly.. .. .. __..
frisads witha'hauee. _
teeommodau oo! I
the office :with the oath. A better feUn; !j, how We..m beprepucsd to mate and I
OfrON sent ns frr shipment or :
ever, is constrfn.tly! gaining gjoundand<1 the -oi'lv: ; to' furnish on them with bapglng and roj j'. for the comins crop ,, i 'PlIKnudrrtilciicd! have tbU day\ cntrrid into a eopMtncr' m:. ?IIIUI:" II. N.\! iU.
i -L ship for one from (Uiio, hailer time of Now- .
jtar nuin
are CYfj.where becoming vuor tolerant of thooo I- aol.dllrlng B.o1l1l01le8 the entire In'c"'ou.S. ('cmbo 0.. will b8 rontlnu1 NJy' Y.9Y I"r I- 1m &: Scott for t Ilio iini'initpof uimlnaon the Bur Room Office in Roar of Post OrncoT.LIflAsEi ;

wflo ta\e been loyal to the govcruuient. If, instead'of 1 V a' time old 'ten4, ornsr of$1. Clslr awl! Bread .ir"tt, < .. .' : ,' .. Itul EiilUru l7 liOU Knowntmllui t noiHl.1 ExUmncct B

magnify fog the evils that exist and exciting tho ,': BASNITT OQ.ft. V ,' tltVt-V,0- ,,", *'"! VV 'r,1"t W. .\..S.OWLIN."\V, PUI1T, :, 1.1.le'tdLsm$3filllrL .. .. ...,....
of the :Qtato .. !... .4'', n "' 1.11a1o..ff' Julj f J>W V .... .
utperilit! ,thpeoiebe Editors of / .1r i .t" E i ", V ) July H-tH( Ns' ..
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1b / 'g @b
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3HOBCt2 & .y Nett. i THE

S SCBEVE'm 'Hons 5IIO: SEIIOLD'. *; 33 US @ '!I fi

'I'"ltnhIUll. fltgsnianr.Tniy 1. t Sw. AKJ1OPFU'K Vii.,

; _. ,_ ... ----t BTOCJt

( {"'n'r N"'A.'ION'" () (' : \ @ y1-/.' '1MlMI9 \ 01

smolonatntlylwoet SA V .A ") ..'\ II.: :
TholovolvWolnts III" ', .
An.er flip rain] i .; :

Mom". 'l IlleM ha w fi II fter gmin the immmrfr'B heat, ", .,:'" :,. ., ,{ ., I FHHNITIHlE GOODSAND( ) () ,

e", .4'Aud .. ., .\ /.* ,. --
pu dully l blltthe 1111'I1.00, gloom; t rina THE :
( 01""
loud hditm'! at t atnla1ilee9'btne' $' I
Jh Lowest:;t Hits
.. > IJ1i tor s1'J1 flJ. sDriFtLl
;' 't"l 'r lItAVr5
s ort t
i HoW JIll;l ffflwcSo'wWte; ship seek the MffcUi,; 'P r. r ? ('E:> I IN THE
Thai )left;us. once 1 loan i \ '
How thrllllne!b the 1< 1
Aftnr lOBK years. G. !: 1
..,;;0 OF
rtow.ilenrly riled the love) that Itays to light fftt 1. /( 't'rm -
Our 10v olle.-Anlod the t" .
While othcrt- as night I,i 0

,i Before the day. ? .

J i. And Btvpgtef Not preyed yet\ are for MOM! yore,.wb, ; i noll111'\ -" '' I N I ln!, 1.1 18, "NOW, 'OPEN, FOR.e. 1 JIIE' /,,< :' for tile State of Georgia flu Siittlc's .I Folding-!: Spring) Beds and 3Iattiesses-at \, Y Prices

And closer for the cl..plni of in arm ;
After long g rlef told twr. *, BECEPTI-iX, l OF THE .TBAVLL1XG\ PUBLIC. *:. '' :-' "'
'n S. Be
So looktmj backward o'er the weary road ,
Our feet have preet, \ ,I't ," .. 1 !

t i Au hundred Eternal times test more lovely twmi s dt.last.1' *- ,; ," """ ,, ". my io-3m 178 Bronffblon; Street, Shcrl ch's Old Dry Goods Store, Savannah, Gas

_._"...-----I.. ft" ., :_ G K: HcGINLY, I: -- -

And The And.Howers trMm,' .birds,1 Is 1CnJUER the calnwst most sweeten innMenl when 1:1"nt the at It close near.ln:1VG"!cvcnUde: of the any,,tl1, ,;. ',J ;:', / ... mag41-t: !In 0,<:rat'f '::.VPROPRIETOR".:.L---: 1. ,_ _, //1'1 ifKiiiOlH'' A C E \' IFflTISAW D J 1)!) 0 T 1! a: ]OH XcaA.TIIE TiJJS OORXER; .1'IUHIDA OF MONROE TG-E STREET, I NEW GOODS.

Andsaiuta \vtustwlieu, they 1'8&1\1\1\111'\ ,. til I I ',. ", ,,,-,... ':,",' i :, ,, ,
: ; '. ,' "" ;" ; OPPi'-iYf 1T1 ,
: pr'l'or.
jromtn IP lovely, but a holler chAt T.HBOLBHAW&CO.WHOLESALE ;' t ; .( ., "'." L

Lies folded la crenlDff'R robe of balm i i St aUOnar S.t E tI S5 ,'T'Ivsftnplle'rttli constatit- ., .
anL -
And weary mAn must ever love bet best, g the\V, FKATOEI0S & CLARK
? For morning calls to,toll, but night to rest DEALER IS FUr.ST' y{

She'fomca from Heaven,and oa her wIngs doth beat i; '. i MILLS; GRIST MILLS, t LillC'Ui i: CL. : I, <(, c:1.rJ f:1

A holy nwrance.. like tho breath ofprayer: 'fiat .can h"und ImnCIIA'NTTJULOIlS( T
Fbototeps of nn.TCl" follow In her trace "
To shut the weary eye) of day In peace. CRtO'KJlfR I COTTON GINS, I ICE will be ku uuiid u uucii... .uuimer,
YI I and every rsf.-ealimcnt provided that can be found In any
All th'n' hushed mantle ai she throws Wouil 1 5'uau: Jiaoiunment lu the South.
j O'er tuft and sky her of repose; I I Worhliijs: Itgnrhjre.r, I In our BEADING: ROOK will be found select!list of TALLIIASSEE. FLA. :,
Th-jra li a cal'>>, a beintrana< n power, :, 'Ill" "M'dpapeu, from every part: of the country, North "
That inomlns knows not In' the evening hoar.. SAWS ''It! South.
"Until ttie evuning" ws must weep and, toll, ... v ,U II '.f I GOON up wire\: will prove a plcaaant place of resort to '"
Plow lire's stern furrow dig the weedy toll; Agricultural: Machined Firo-Proof '[ono who Indulge In the gnme.mny : 1"
Tread with snd foot our rongh: and thorny way, -tf W. A. NOWLD1. 'E are now receiving a fine assortment of '
Cloth] ,
And, :.jar the heat and burden of tin day.: .. dL.DAfi S VAB.E" 'Vs Vonings Linen Goods, Clothing and, Caselmeres. .
,, 'S'S\Xes; c o.. nishing Goods In
f F. W. ANSLEY conslbtincr part, of the folleInA": '
Oh I when mir sun I h sel ting, may we aide, i ,, Fine Black Blue and Ifrowu Broadcloths
f Like snTimcr ovenlnqf' ilowu theffoljen tide ; Black ;
Fancy Spring Cnssimeros
And leave behind u?. n,we pass away WATCH 1AKER: JE\VEI.lER\ Blue Flannels, Black! ;
.Sweet, starry twilight round our sleeping clay KEROSENE LAMPS, -ES. :32/5T.! .. :DLJCE6." Black and Colored Italian Drup Cloths(:i' ;te ;;

:=:::.= .-:...--:-:=.-.-:.:;::-- =: .:=::::::=:::- -== = : 1 t CELEBRATED: AXD PRACTICAL JOBBER White, Colored nnd Fancy Linen Ducks;
White Colored and Fancy Linen Drillings!

.... Natlov.f Cnlou CoiJuvenai..n.I EEourjfurnisliing! Good.,, Portable ST.TALLAHASSEE, Black and Brown Silk Mixed Coatings;
Steam Engines M0K0 Fla. Fancy nnd White Marseilles;
I I; A :National UnioJ ,Jbuvcntlon, of at least two \) Mr Gen.Damon's store. .!
'I delegates from each Congressional District; of all I repair-4P-y"d ; 1
.o I Linen and\ Paper Collars, Lisle Thread '
the t States,lwo from each Tc-ritory, two iron cSdc. sac.f Cotton and Merino Half Hose; ; L.:;

the District of CoHmbia, and four delegates at W ICE !riCE Fine Cotton and Gauze Merino CndorslUrtS
t't'I !riCE t ;
lar e from each State, will he held at tffe city! 0 i Fina Linen, Fine Jeans ; -f.
G8 ST. JULIAN A\ TB 101 BRYAN STP. Cotton Flannel and Merino tndereblrta ,
Philadelphia 011 the second Tuesday ((14th) of I Lisle Thread, Berlin and Kid Gloves : rr :l
Vfo will be ;
prepared, <
August!: net .1 Handkerchiefs! Black and Fancy Silk Ties and Cravats a'
Such delegates will be chosen try the electors Suspenders! Cashmero Overshirts ;
1 u' "' .1I On and titcr the till of Jnne. ; 'tJ
of the several i States who sustain tha Administration + eaaltirlC7la! 1, G.:,. Use A FIXE tOT CFMEJT ',(.
Ja maintaining unbroken the Union of the 1 To furnish Ico in quantities to stilt purchasers, >. .t,

States under the Constitution: which our fathers ...Sy" i..."' t,! ., ... I AT THE LOWEST- RATES YOUTHS: A:-:D EOTS1SPRINGANDSUMMER ,
established, and who agree in the following prop- may 2l-\vlv ,
ositions, via; i 1 At our Ico Itou30 opposite SIcDongall's] Took Store 4 4CLOTEIING.

The Union of the States i Is, in every case, Indis- E. L. NKIDHNGKR I 1 SPILLER, ::: CRICHLOVV & Co.
: :
>; and is perpetual ; and the Constitution of ,
olablef?red States, and the laws passed by Congress PiALtE: : IN '"Pun8-tf_ mch 57-tf !...

in pursuance t thereof,supreme, and constant, Bridles \f'I'L' b NOTICE TOTTAVnfO ,.'J1r
i & Harness -
Saddles < ; ")
and universal in their oblisution ; ,
The nguB, me ruguiiv, ana tue equality 01 tue "[ PL-ANTEE.S V A RYAN & COI
States !I' the Union, including the right of representation Bolting, EadiUory Wars, Leather &o, ""' "- -'--- TC'A, 'g'nG VI OOL'j.I 't :

in Congress, are solemnly guaranteed\\ Coiner Broughton end Barnard Strecti FR03f:\ TOUR TO THIRTY-FIVE HORSE TOWER.'OTTOS I DEBT: APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENT 'K:tL
by that Constitution, to save which: from overthrow i 11 ofrubllo Schools for Freedmen In tho >'"
I ,
so much blood and treasure. were expend- SAVANNAH, GA < CLVSJ J !! T)1''fON(
t-cl\ in the late civil war; .. may !34-w3m_ ____ fcCABTHY, BROWN TAYLOR, SOUTHERN, EAgle Ishln"w-rsoni-: Schools wishing, will Teachers address, mo and through Tenchere tho'"t. L
There is no right!; anywhere, to dissolve the ill Ciaven, American end ExccMor COTTON GDsSwlthliiiniuca ''ret Ojuce, and when present will find me at 't/E:1:
"Onion, or to separate States (/1'0'i1 the Union, TONE & :'Ifc\L\UGnLI, or Horse Power. tIe Methodist Parsonage, lu this city. ,JeT Imported & Domestic Liquors U|
T. L r ; : CO.,
cither 1 by voluntary witMwwal.by of arms, J.A"PE a. ;rc AI.\TGtNGS: :, may 16-6in ..!.'4 Bay street, Savannah, Gee E. B. DUNCAN, "'
or by Concessional'action; neither by the seces _IIIsy a-tt__!tinpcrintundunt.! ,;" ,
sion'of QMTStatei, nor I.the exclusion of their AND WINDOW SHADES,
IC.K! ICE I ICE I I ,::>> j i" 0-- 7 t:! Ij U > A "D AGEXTS FOR
loyal and qualified representatives!, nor by the TlirORTERs) AND DEALERS IX FRENCH, ENOA .. "tr II J .t V p, ,,
I $ ,
llsli and American P p .-lll1ng-o. Window\ Shades and It-to ilWI"! >> ij11" D
National Government in any bnn ; Fixtures, I.oods, Cords, Taosls, Gilt Band &0, .,'
Slavery is abolished, and neither can,nor oughtto All goods sold( at New York pric j comer"h tage added KELLER

lie, re-established! in any Style or Territory II'i'1! I"ilnahtuu Minuet, Hs Ca GHEE8EMAN & COB H. B. ,FITTS I & CO CELEBRATED WHISKY

within our jurisdiction ; SAVANNAH GEORGIA A RE NOW PltEPAEED:; TO EXECUTE :EVERT; : DEc -
Each Statehastheundoubtedrlhtto i. ecrlptlon ofDLJ.UlSllUTIUNU
uresciilie mar 2.1 wtfwit. _. __,_ I Fiirro> ChftuittawiR.;
of its electors I &c.
qualifications stud i
the? own no external r Cor. Bt. and '
Drayton Broughton-st. Lane, :
: '
power rightfully' can,'or-ougbt to, dictate, ..:. ..H.. ..TI....ON.. .. .\.Tt.... .T7.'OOBDOX.... '........ .... I I t ,/ fE?
control, or inlueuee the free and voluntary action j'j'j -/SAVANNAH'GEO-- Efn the best manner, and as low as the cost of material! &c.: j S O T .t
of the States ia the exercise of that! right; TIS.ON .& KOUDON"! i| r.' : >t't H admit of. They have secured the services of some of aLLY ST .EET, i it

i., The-inainlenance inrtolato of the lights of the COTTON FACTORS, 'I J{ '' Tho Best mitho in tho State. ::>>

:States-and especially of the right of each State to COMMISSION & FOaWASQINa; MERCHANTS\ !I \Vs have BOW on hand a Inrgf q.unntlty of the' Those tvho may favor us with their,:patronage'will> be SAVANNAH, (Jl'.. "

order and control o-uu domestic concerns, according 00 BAY STREET I gtorontecd, entire tatiEfuctlon." '.t\ c i-'V"; .
to its own judgment exclusively] subject '-""'""''op nearly opposite the Post Office/: ;jr,1 /1fi .
3 A.V A- I TNJtFI CsEORQ2A. Ici 0Ve3.OtiHi'er feb 3-tf
I-Best < .tR I o.Pgtl1
only to the Constitution of the l'l1itet"State is ;
;, ) may 8-tf
may SJ-wtf : . I
to ujub uaiiumo ....!: l .__ ,i a ;i. ,I
eoa'u Iras orpowel' vu vtjjicu -J ;
perfection and endurance <,t'our political fabric: D. 'J, "rf'A"h"HAH Bff! ;' !'I 1 1 iud are prepared) to fill all orders from, | Ph:11ado1p: :: ],']. Q 8

4 depend;; find the overthroxv of that system by: the JOUJf '11". AXDEBSOS.: ;

usurpation and'centralization of power; ia Congress STEAMBOAT AGENT & GENERAL \ ALL PARTS OF GEORGIA: AND I Oi: : 'PA'f\T'AND I VAa I 'f.I1' )i R. tr. AKBEESOX, OEOUGE w. ANDERSON, jn., tl J
; would be a revolution, dangerous to repub FLORIDA, Ii JOUJT w. AKrrBSON: JR.
l l'r.n government arid destruction: ct liberty i JDl1SSIUX FuBWAHMM\ : :( MLKCIIASf, :> -i I .. ':. < .' \ 0 C FCi 1i

Each House of Congress is made by the Constitution FN'Uau.Hn:"', clottst:. with (dispatch and es low a? It can be bought:; Ecru any JOHX' AKOEOSO\; & lIt
the sole j ud'Sof\:! the elections, returns, may. ?-tllu r 'j, parties In the city. I II 'I' Soxs,
and qualifications! of its werabers-j but the exclct\ ..

iion of loyal Senses and Representatives: prop Leon Circuit Conrl-In Chancery We baa exp llen ed "!1 em'l9! 4 wllO'i i. .: l''IOPEARBONAFFON F.I.CTOI"D 4
erly chosen and qualified under the Constitution ,. GSXEHAI::: ,

imd laws, is unjust and revolutionary; ELLEX vsj.E WARD, i-Em for Dh'orr.*. ." I UNDERSTAND PACKING ) j..,,,.i 1 : Mj.urrACTcr.rV8 or I, .
Every patriot should frown upon all those acts JOHN C. WARD fFT I i j \

-, and other proceedings purpose than everywhere to rekindle which the animoshiea can serve no of JL that appearing the defendant to the Court resides by aCliavlt!beyond she flk-d limits In this of cause this, I 1 i! and ylll warrant good Ice, good packing; ; anj J P A'R A F FIN E OILS I i Commission and Forwarding

war and the,.effect which upon our moral o- btnte, but within the "lilted States, It la therefore ordered | ,I
? that the said defendant do appear and dewur, plead or answer LOW I'RICw9.)
If dill, and mate1ial interests at home, and upon the bill filed In said causu within three months from Blacbiaeiy, Lubricating, Wool, Rosin Gas JV.IEROBANTS: : : :
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our standing abroad, differing only in degri e, ia the publication uf this order,or the name will ba taken aa ,
injurious like war it ell : confess d, and the cause will be set for a hearing on the I All orders should addressed and Lard Oils ,
facts charged In said bill; and It fs further '
'The of the ordered that a '
en-e1he purpose Union: and the war Constitution havui' beeu by to putting pre in copy this of State this for order three ba published months. In some public newspaper j GEO, ;,t. SteH, Agent, PITCH,;:.h9JiF1N9 CEMENT, RAFFINF( (VARMISlIYhito Corner of Drayton and Dry; Stvcets., .

.1__._ ..t.. ,_ M_"_"' __ ,..-'_ June S3-w8m .
J. WAYLEb BAEEBfad2s.t': :
uun" :
.wvv iiv** *tu i* Lleea suppressed fj
UQ ,
auresistance favaunEh, Oeo j .
.I to the authority of the ; dray 24, lSV6.-2m jl I ,AGOX -
Oenernl Government In IcoMJrcnJf: \lU;"(--!uZACHARIAH thandIj. l -' GREASE., SAVANNAH, GA.
being at an end and .
the war having '. .

II r should ceased,be:war followed measures by measures bliould also of peaceful cease: and administration !I..TILD.REDD.u.J. REDD. }IHllfor divorce. EDG.ut... ..},L:.,..tH1EltAI'.I..VPf." '.-..' 'Ia4S:<'' ,2,-' .':SP-rJ1 x. ?1':.iLV-'r'trttgy 11. J'JRnU.L...ts", I, "\ Lsa" ana Colors of all Kinds, may 22-flm

so that union, harmony, and con It' appearing to tile Court, by adldavlt! filed In this cause, 4m:: ESAJ.ESS CSRosin I NOAH WUEATON
cord. bo Ifle defendant resides boyoml the limits of this '
may encouraged,, and Wholesale
r and
industry Retail
commerce Dealer
and State, but within the United States: It therefore ordered GUERARD & FEREILL La
am of.peace l'cvlvecl'and proIuO. that the said defendant do and demur\ ,
appear plead or an '
ted; and the early: restoration: of all the States to swer the bill filed In eald cause within three/ months fi-om Scmffiera Pitch 1 1. .DOORS SASHES BLINDS
the exercise of their constitutional in the publication of this order, or the same will be taken as ,
:National GoTcrnmtut powers the confessed, and tho cause will bo set for a hearing on the i ; ,
to the and the is inclppeusablr necessary:: l'.lctochllrE\d! \ In said bill: and it is farther crderccj that a ; COTTON FACTORS i aLLU ,?ATISG oiLS/! IJE.SK\V&C, WOOD MOULDINGS:
strength dafebtee of the" Republic, copy of tUia order bo published In oino public newspaper j i ,| ,
1 and to the malntenan 'of the public credit of tLl-j-Stute: forthree months. Done at Chambers'. May I ASD
All such electors in the ; lth.lSaa.< !! WAYLEf. :t B.U E1Irases I <03{ SOUTH IffiLAWAEE ,
thirty six States and ic. J.:1I .. : ; AViiBUr. j D1.'tllding Materials
jiina Territories of tho Gaited) States, and hi tie A true copy Attest: r \ :5. f f !, r-i" '."' '...*? ,
-- District of Columbia, who, in a spirit of Cocscit! A. BRYA.'I', FP11I..lDEI.PiiJLY' : 253 & 270 tana: "tJ''Cltlwar(
ism and love for the Union, can rise above per may 10, 6G--a.ca Clerk Leon Circuit Court. i General CoiJiiiilsslon itlci'diants; march St-flm ,. ; "EW YORK, Broadway,

sonal and sectional consideration, and who desire .UtIIhiM'i'It.l'R'ttt'm; ;: ir.t.Ift: ):. I i Alar.
!: Ortmsnt er
to-nee unruly] National Union Convention, \ LL PERSONS::: INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE OF 1 Hodgkiss Scott and made te 'rdllr. Particular varlOlls 'tyles tonstan yen band
'which shall represent all the States and Territo J.\ JAMES LOCKEK1IAN',!lute ol'Leon county, deceased Bay: SSri-oJ, SivuiuiaU( Oeol'II1 I & Co er ties of the Union, nsserablo, as friends and are hereby notified to make immediate parment and all may 2au
broth having claim* said will I OOMMIS SION MEROIIANTS H. w.
under the national parsons against estate nrocent them! : MERCER
ers, flag,,t ty, hold counsel to the E. o. .
0 tl) undersigned witifiji the time prescribed by law, or 1 Late Cashier Ffanttrq' JTllr,
gether upon the state of the Union, anti to take this notice will. be plead in bar of :. I NO 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK, Dank 1
to. mav 8-bw J. A. EDMONDSOT
measures avert possible Adm'r
from t'io' same: SELL COMSTJ3SIOSr. TIOS n. BOSCPSS; )sate of MERCER &
are fpcc1ull.requested tdtnkepartin WILL. OX co) COTTON, mmrn: : Httmbeltoa, Brothers.Balttmoro. -
the choice! 41)1niNI IIA'ItIX'S and *
J\O'UCJ Merctiundlze.
:, Con lgomenu ,
: eolklted r
of such d()egates. When desired, we will ship cotton to ; a.'V. SCOTT, 1)111rm or 0, W. !Scott:) 8:; Co",
4 MONTHS::: AFTER onr fricd in New Tullahaesee ANDERSON
SIX u: Y et flan of
But jio delegate will York and Liverpool, liberal 1'1)010 & Babbitt, lJ,
take seat to such Convention and vouchers: as Adnilnistratrlx: of the estate making: sdvoac on the b iue. W, G.OOL1i1, ot firm et G. W. lnblidgo 011.
who does not of I., M. White, to the I!' Scott R Ca.; ,
loyally honorable 'l'nJI.1Idlbsoe.
t accept the national! ] sit judge Probate of Leon I. !: HI) f1a ,
for final fi
natIon aud cordially endorse county a settlement and aek for a Illirl3lil l '

I set {forth aarj w'o;' h 004! attached! piiuclplea, brie above situ- Jan la. !S&iMm) E. :M. WHITE Adm'YEecutnr's Robert Habersham I Special" : attention( given to tKcl.all! of,all kinds ofV Commission
: Son, Sovannal1, Oar Merchants><
glance, tothe Conslltutitti, UleUniou, and the Notice. Geo. W. Anderson; do' !f SOUiHBBN: : '.
Ouvcrninuol of the United.States( l, Anthony Porter, do PRODUCE,
W.uUu.NtTO; June 33, J86O. ,. r X, FIE testament nuJerelgriea orNVilllim Exactors C. Dennis earned lute In of Monroe the last will county\ and, i i{ John Hunter L. ViUalongt Ganwjon., do do ,, I, al'llthe purchase! ana shipment'of 'v., lDay 2"-t!g! SAVANNAH. GA. .

A" &wtol of Florida< ,deceased, having duly qualified Erwin 4 UardeeT I _
s Wl, according do | Iloaseliold and 'i
1're St3enL to the statute iu such cases made and proviilu Governor D 8, Walker, T lMaw ",via. PliiHtatlcii GODcls\J ares; VARIETY
J. IJ I police ii horoby glron to all creditors, )legatee: and ,r. J. A. Dull.1 I do I IUIlleIWHs} ; STORE.
Dooi.rro.r:, sons entitled to distribution of the estate of eat J decca.ed. William It Puttee do -
o. U. BaoWlfJ.S'c", that their claims will be barred at the uIJlration'ot two ; JIGevornor: A. j:& Allison Qy1mop rune DRY GOODS
: years, unlcH exhibited wltliUt the saaut, t "MAOHINDR&OHEVEHENcLnt.' AND GROCERIES
:DOA$ Cow.\w, 8AvlII&HaJI"t Oalp14v.W11t PlA!: '
If All i>''l'IIonelndebted to the laid estate are hereby call ad: tlamuel! asrau ,>Ac1ltOAvmc ,' < e J .
1. ,UH.EG Kr.u' "1'011'3 make nsymeui to C O. LatntanL do II : .N'OTION':
i".It\F.t\ row .u, 1 JCLIA.A, DE2\'L'I\;: I nUlyS'GC-l1 _._ I ; : ,

We litlceutivf recOmmtuU( ', :I!1b t o''rod!t da o f tuft UhWn'abpva( 'Q pit.Con. June <30-1 ulw -S" GEORGE_ D._ E ALLEbf'Cntotll.. ,: ,j CORN COilN! CORN Diiy J.1.N1I.y !:: hew. York'J' ,..1.-, : I F PHOTOGRAPHS. rHARAOn-8, FRAMES JSTALBUiJ5r

SC ti'nl,8UGl4 1GFat+ tla4ll]U : NOTICE. A. R el1.\IAj"I" ; ,, If< 6BRPEST: : EGGS< ,
nu\ L/p4'Currtx: ;; : after date. I shall apply to the Hooombl' 1,000 BI BICI.S F i11 U iALC. ... ;r' ',, ,, ,J.II. Gentlemen's '
J.A. :
J. W. N.IW61'tU, r of Leon county fur Letter of Ad- 500 BUBIijLS t'mTE 50trTq11f., > WK. ,DOUt, l Ia. .. Toilet' ;Articles
I I .. t JAM,::" Dr.oa, ountdeceaw,1.l.! ..: eKntclauitl. ta; >aetpLLe P I 110O B\I '" I' )'dw.. Co 01 J'I.rl1: ; Tin&E. ,..NCY ,
In loti -
I' c 1 \ :
T. A. It&'ILRICIe, j tA.lllt.\Hlf..tlllQforta$ .. ? AST TUB, 4c. .tc. ,
)IIU 11-111 JMk- II, OT.RL'Li 1. > tna11 -U L.R. iTAYeTtR, I anu QimliaAv HAhfBLT41iq, DQtituoa. Pt'i't afsryleud rn :tnlf.. .
t 'K u.w M. MCCORMicK
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